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Remainders: Another news outlet publishes teachers’ ratings

  • With Sandy, the school bus strike, the Common Core and more, it’s been a hard year. (SchoolBook)
  • Just as soon as seventh grade ends, the high school search begins with info sessions. (Insideschools)
  • An intensive and expensive way to get low-income students to college will expand here. (Hechinger)
  • On the last day of school, city teachers capture their feelings in one word: “exhausted.” (City Room)
  • The NEA is getting into the lesson-sharing game through a partnership with Better Lesson. (HuffPo)
  • Yet another newspaper explains why it chose to publish teachers’ ratings. (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • The decision to publish prompted a return to an ongoing question about transparency. (Answer Sheet)
  • About a quarter of California’s teachers came to the classroom in non-traditional ways. (Teacher Beat)