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Remainders: A Stuyvesant trailblazer to get diploma, 40 years on

  • The woman whose suit opened Stuyvesant High to girls will receive the diploma she never got. (HuffPo)
  • A teacher describes going through five stages of grief after learning he would switch grades. (B Niche)
  • After reporting from Japan, Lindsey Christ outlines how Japanese schools use time. (ExpandEd Schools)
  • The city’s Innovation Zone started two new programs to get schools thinking creatively. (On Innovation)
  • A city education official will be a principal in the district that wants tuition-paying students. (Rye Patch)
  • A sociology professor says it’s too bad Bloomberg wants to leave an education legacy. (Atlantic Cities)
  • P.S. 87 is considering reducing its dual-language program by 80 percent to save money. (DNA Info)
  • The city’s experience shows that some students lose out when school choice is uncontrolled. (Alternet)
  • Comptroller John Liu, a mayoral candidate, spoke at nine graduation ceremonies today. (City Room)
  • Leonie Haimson FOILed for education officials’ performance reviews. None exists. (NYC P.S. Parents)
  • A program to teach city students science through rap music held its final session on Friday. (City Room)