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Remainders: A call for teachers to write for public consumption

  • A teacher lists 10 reasons educators should write for the public. (We take submissions.) (Chicago Now)
  • Pam Cantor, of Turnaround for Children, is one of the new Ashoka Fellows for entrepreneurship. (Forbes)
  • Neverware, a city firm that aims to help schools maintain technology, has raised $1 million. (TechCrunch)
  • Alaska, Hawaii, and West Virginia are the latest states to get No Child Left Behind waivers. (Politics K-12)
  • A city charter school teacher is shortlisted for TNTP’s “superlative classroom practice” prize. (GS Twitter)
  • The latest dispatch from inside a school that shares space is about lunch inequities. (Inside Colocation)
  • It seems that Karen Lewis’s continued success in Chicago might be influencing the AFT. (Teacher Beat)
  • Parsing KIPP’s annual report reveals data that raises concern and further questions. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • Rick Hess has suggestions, based on his research, for districts facing leadership change. (Straight Up)
  • An education professor says it would be better to have late teacher evaluations than bad ones. (Shanker)

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