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Remainders: City's newest millionaire is Bronx Science dropout

  • The man who just made $250 million by selling Tumblr to Yahoo dropped out of Bronx Science. (Times)
  • A city teacher proposes himself to replace the departed education aide to Gov. Cuomo. (Mr. D’s Nabe)
  • Believe it or not, free computers don’t actually eliminate wealth gaps in achievement. (TechCrunch)
  • More city high schools are opening with business partnerships already lined up. (Epoch Times)
  • Voters in other school districts voted on their districts’ budgets today. Why not here? (NYCDOEnuts)
  • Bill Thompson discussed his stint at the Board of Education on the Road to City Hall. (CapitalNY)
  • Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan, the education chair, says she’s glad Vito Lopez is gone. (Daily Politics)
  • A middle-class Ohio father describes his family’s effort at school choice, which fell short. (Flypaper)
  • Recent graduate Nikhil Goyal explains why he didn’t fuel his district’s teacher evaluations. (Nation)
  • A 9-year-old who spoke at a Chicago school closure rally captured the crowd’s attention. (YouTube)
  • Chicago’s protests are seen as reminiscent of the city’s 1963 boycott against segregation. (Reader)
  • Mike Petrilli: All schools should get to propose their own accountability rules. (Bridging Differences)

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