• We’ll be updating as long as the human mic holds up from tonight’s PEP meeting. (GS Twitter)
  • In the last three years, Medicaid has overtaken schools as the biggest recipient of state funding. (Times)
  • Lincoln Center is the latest arts organization to step into the school partnerships world. (Metrofocus)
  • Brooklyn parents say their ongoing involvement has helped their schools improve. (Gotham Gazette)
  • The city’s charter school center is starting an anti-bullying campaign and website. (CyberBullyCensus)
  • A Chicago politician used zoning to block a charter school from an Emanuel-aligned nonprofit. (CNC)
  • A black football star is raising up not-buried feelings at a Virginia segregation academy. (WaPo, Atlantic)
  • EdWeek scrutinizes the 11 No Child Left Behind waiver applications already submitted. (Politics K-12)
  • A hard look at whether the Obama administration can deliver on its promise to cut college debt. (HuffPo)
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