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Remainders: Success Academy renews a legal fight over audits

  • Success Academy is suing to halt the state comptroller from auditing charter schools. (Courthouse News)
  • Tennessee is the latest state to begin to move away from “step increases” in teacher pay. (Teacher Beat)
  • A Townsend Harris High School teacher explains why she’s left the classroom to write. (SchoolBook)
  • Philadelphia poets are taking on the city’s sweeping school closures through verse. (Apiary Magazine)
  • U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan has used “no excuses” vocabulary in a new way. (Answer Sheet)
  • The lines between high school and college are blurring, and that might be a good thing. (Jay Greene)
  • Like Anthony Weiner, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn wants to help private schools. (Forward)
  • Everybody talks about urban school leadership. Here’s a view from a rural principal. (Larry Cuban)