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Remainders: Harvard U honors city's Children First Networks

  • The city’s Children First Networks were named one of government’s top recent innovations. (Ash Center)
  • A Florida honors student was arrested and expelled because of a rogue science experiment. (Gawker)
  • Just as happened here, Oregon teachers were unnerved by an surprise shooter drill. (Teaching Now)
  • A top Department of Education official disputes reporting critical of the city’s CTE programs. (City Limits)
  • An airy 19th-century surgery theater in Midtown West is the new home of a private school. (City Room)
  • A parent asks why city schools give grades for P.E. classes that don’t factor into GPAs. (Insideschools)
  • A teacher trainer answers her most common question: How to coach resistant teachers. (Art of Coaching)
  • An activist L.A. teacher from Teach for America’s first cohort has been laid off — again. (Dana Goldstein)
  • Chicago’s instruction, observations, and teacher evaluation work come as its murder rate rises. (Atlantic)

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