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Remainders: A student exposes school lunch's "yucky" reality

  • A teacher who is grading state tests says she starts by learning all she can about students. (SchoolBook)
  • A P.S. 130 student used a hidden camera to expose the reality of his school’s daily lunch. (City Room)
  • A teacher who has gotten useful evaluations and less-than-useful ones compares the two types. (TFER)
  • Beware the beautiful infographic: It might well be harder for students to read. (Inside School Research)
  • For the second time in a week, Philadelphia students left school to rally against budget cuts. (Notebook)
  • After girls from P.S. 75 in the Bronx wrote to Holocaust survivors, they got to meet in person. (City Room)
  • P.S. 186 in Brooklyn explains how it used community partners to add time without too much cost. (TASC)
  • Before we start extending the school day, it’s useful to figure out how long it is already. (Insideschools)
  • A teen with Tourette’s who recorded an audio diary in 1996 is now a city ESL teacher. (NYNow)
  • A teacher says she wishes appreciation wouldn’t always include advice to get promoted. (Ms. Speducate)

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