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Remainders: A father calls late-enrollment woes all-too-common

  • A study backs a father’s experience of finding few good school options for a late-enroller. (InsideSchools)
  • A Mass. high school student was charged Wednesday in the murder of a math teacher. (Reuters)
  • A new MIT study found that NYC small-school students were more likely to attend college. (GS in Brief)
  • Taking away recess is a common but unhealthy punishment, according to researchers. (Atlantic)
  • An open letter to Diane Ravitch argues for why school reform is necessary. (Granted, and…)
  • A year later, Hurricane Sandy continues to haunt some students at I.S. 2 on Staten Island. (WNYC)
  • The DOE agreed to reroute a Queens school bus after students’ commutes doubled. (DNAinfo)
  • A Suffolk County school crossing guard was arrested for driving while intoxicated after her shift. (WSJ)
  • The CEO of Xerox calls the Common Core “difficult and messy” but “essential.” (Democrat and Chronicle)