- For most of us, fitting 180 school days into newly required parameters is a fun challenge. For Maryland school officials, it’s no game.
- The Chicago principal facing dismissal after becoming a vocal critic of Rahm Emanuel is resigning. Here’s his explanation.
- A glitch at the end of the school day ended with two attorneys on trial for trying to get a top parent volunteer at their kids’ school arrested.
- Comedian John Oliver pilloried charter schools; charter advocates responded with a coordinated rebuttal; and an education reformer wonders whether his movement has “lost its mojo.”
- What the perfect classroom could look like, now that teachers, space, and time are all up for grabs.
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