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Remainders: Where have all the cheating concerns gone?

  • Evidence of cheating in Pennsylvania’s schools seems to have been widely disregarded. (City Paper)
  • Republican lawmakers won a concession to not require test score-driven evaluations. (Politics K-12)
  • Rick Hess prognosticates about the Student Success Act, Republicans’ NCLB proposal. (Straight Up)
  • A Philadelphia school that dropped metal detectors and added counseling got safer. (Atlantic Cities)
  • A professor who started out in special education argues against gifted screening. (ExpandED Schools)
  • Rising eighth-graders and families are attending high school admissions workshops. (Insideschools)
  • Politico Pro is launching an education vertical next week with a lineup of experienced reporters. (Russo)
  • A Teach for America alum and critic releases his annual message to corps members. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • Rotherham: For every TFA alum with a bad story, there are others helping students succeed. (Eduwonk)