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Remainders: Teacher evaluation plan set for Saturday release

  • John King is slated to release New York City’s teacher evaluation plan Saturday at 4 p.m. (GS in Brief)
  • Of the mayoral candidates came to a forum about children’s issues, most left very quickly. (SchoolBook)
  • Just a reminder: Mayoral candidates are unlikely to come through on their promises. (Ed in the Apple)
  • A Colorado district offers free, voluntary summer classes to students who have shown growth. (ENC)
  • A father explains why he’d like to choose the “disadvantaged” local school but might not. (Motherlode)
  • A state senator is worried that a charter operator will use local funds for national growth. (DNAInfo)
  • Anthony Weiner is seen as a potentially formidable education mayor — if he cared at all. (Commentary)
  • An open question: Can a school be great if its principal is not? A teacher wants to know. (Mrs. Ripp)
  • Here’s what’s still on the agenda for this year’s dismal and dwindling legislative session. (City & State)
  • P.S. 124 in Queens has used a content-rich curriculum for 14 years and still likes it. (Core Knowledge)

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