• Randi Weingarten was surprised by mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn’s evaluations stance. (Capital NY)
  • Newark schools chief (and ex-NYer) Cami Anderson makes a big list of 100 important people. (Time)
  • A principal who showed a comedian’s “Can’t Fix Stupid” clip to teachers was removed. (Get Schooled)
  • A Harvard U, Gates-funded project will help high schools track outcomes of their graduates. (HuffPo)
  • Brooklyn teachers are on an odyssey before starting a charter school. (Odyssey Initiative via SchoolBook)
  • Feedback about this year’s state tests is trickling in from teachers and principals. (NYC PS Parents)
  • A report says states seeking NCLB waivers don’t have good plans to add learning time. (Politics K-12)
  • A deeper look at a gifted school where parents are skeptical about special ed students. (Insideschools)
  • Grace Dodge High School’s mock trial team did well even as the school is set to close. (SchoolBook)
  • A prediction: The coming debate over the Common Core will be about what books get read. (Flypaper)
  • Stuyvesant’s comp-sci program is just one place where the tech world is looking to high schools. (Inc)