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Remainders: City says Regents scoring is almost done, finally

  • New York City says — not for the first time — that Regents exam scoring is almost done. (GS in Brief)
  • A close look at a Bronx “miracle” charter school shows that it’s no miracle at all. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • French students have a love-hate relationship with their grueling baccalaureate exams. (Times)
  • A teacher says he’d respect officials more if they would stop talking about “data.” (Urban Teacher’s Ed)
  • A day in the hectic life of a Newark principal who is leading a turnaround school. (Hechinger)
  • Parents whose kids opted out of state tests say they’re being penalized with summer school. (GS in Brief)
  • A mother praises the early intervention specialists who helped her and her daughter. (Nieder Family)
  • A teacher reflects on his sabbatical, when he’ll study math and have a former student as a sub. (JD2718)
  • The largest education grants that the Gates Foundation gave this month are listed here. (Answer Sheet)
  • Hawaii, which had some major Race to the Top struggles, is now nearing completion. (Politics K-12)