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Remainders: Success for all in Los Angeles school board races

  • Everyone and no one’s a winner in L.A.’s contested school board elections. (Hechinger, Answer Sheet)
  • Here’s a deep look at the UFT’s MORE caucus and what it’s trying to do. (Brooklyn Rail via Ed Notes)
  • Forget Finland. Some in Israel are looking to Sweden for education inspiration. (Jerusalem Post)
  • The iPad has a strong presence in schools. How big of a difference it will make is less clear. (Wired)
  • A map shows which states are setting achievement targets by race and which are not. (Politics K-12)
  • Some students who were excited for school after the bus strike seem less excited now. (Ms Speducate)
  • Time is suspended in class, making triumph with difficult students possible, a teacher says. (Jose Vilson)
  • President Obama’s proposed nutrition rules would ban several popular treats in schools. (Law Blog)
  • A nonprofit wants to help schools tie ethics into history instruction. Apply by March 25. (Facing History)
  • Next week, talented journalists will discuss their new books on race and schools. Come? (GS Calendar)
  • We’re joining with other nonprofit education media groups to cover extended learning time. (Catalyst)
  • The “sequester” has the White House canceling tours and some student groups aren’t happy. (Politicker)

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