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Remainders: Multi-state Common Core tests to take 8-10 hours

  • New Common Core exams that New York could adopt would take eight to 10 hours. (Curriculum Matters)
  • A long time ago we tried to rename “reformers.” Here’s an attempt at a whole taxonomy. (Peer-Reviewed)
  • Speaking of minority caucus UFT presidential candidate Julie Cavanagh, here’s an interview. (WOR 710)
  • Regularly absent city students’ NAEP scores were down 9 percent on average. (Inside School Research)
  • A Bronx school’s new colors, including “salsa,” come courtesy of designer Massimo Vignelli. (City Room)
  • Overheard on the subway: Students who say they give more to teachers who care. (Shoulders of Giants)
  • A New York student has one of the world’s worst school commutes; see others. (Transportation Nation)
  • A teacher offers a critical close reading of scenes from Oprah’s “Blackboard Wars.” (Assailed Teacher)
  • A writer says school policies now, as in the past, aim to eliminate blackness. (Root DC via Answer Sheet)
  • A low-performing Newark, N.J., school is struggling to serve new students with disabilities. (Hechinger)
  • Eric Hanushek is coming around on the value of reasoned, open ed policy debate. (Bridging Differences)
  • A city teacher says an educator “bar exam” is no substitute for a higher entry bar. (Mr. D’s Neighborhood)

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