• Ex-DOE official John White got a promotion after eight months as New Orleans’ schools chief. (NOLA)
  • Predictions and hopes for Mayor Bloomberg’s State of the City address, schools included. (MetroFocus)
  • A Bronx teacher dishes on the deep pervasiveness of cheating at his school. (NYMag via SchoolBook)
  • A teacher shares his personal experience with SmartBoards: They limit his reach. (Mr. Foteah)
  • Another look at the mediocre test scores at a city charter school that pays big bucks. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • A call to stop all the education bickering, motivated by a student’s death. (Charting My Own Course)
  • An educator sees tension between how she assesses and wants to be assessed. (Cooperative Catalyst)
  • A look at fiscal realities that could make Medicaid costs education’s biggest issue. (American Spectator)
  • The UFT issues a reminder: We sounded the alarm about Believe charter schools years ago. (Edwize)
  • States crafting new tests signal that they’ll use technology to improve multiple-choice tests. (EdWeek)