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Remainders: Deadline on grant expires, NYC loses $15 million

  • City schools lost out on $15 million for professional development and teacher training. (GS In Brief)
  • AFT chief Randi Weingarten says, “It’s not adults versus kids”; it’s adults helping kids. (WaPo)
  • Weiner would encourage the corporate world to continue to be involved in city schools. (Gotham Gazette)
  • Pernille Ripp offers advice on how to organize and set up a classroom. (Fourth Dimension)
  • Jay Mathews questions why some schools don’t want to send graded exams home. (WaPo)
  • Hiring teachers should happen at the school, not district level, writes an E4E member. (Eduwonk)
  • Teach for America alumni settle down in their assigned schools’ communities. (New York Times)
  • Joe Williams: Mulgrew’s plan to crown the next mayor is off to a shaky start. (Daily News)
  • A consulting group developed a periodic table of the Common Core standards. (Burkins & Yaris)
  • Georgia won’t use PARCC tests in part because they’re too expensive at $29.50 per student. (Ed Week)
  • A Crown Heights native is trying to reunite his P.S. 167 class from 1941 before the school closes. (Bklynr)

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