• Joel Klein is leaving News Corp’s investigatory post to return to the education division. (Media Decoder)
  • Students at Brooklyn’s P.S. 10 want anti-smoking laws, less testing, and better bathrooms. (Twitter)
  • Sarah Carr explains why education reporters should be careful about the language they use. (Hechinger)
  • Here’s a thorough roundup of education stories from below the Mason-Dixon line. (Southern Ed Desk)
  • A teacher describes his transfer school’s trajectory from pretty good to “the epitome of awful.” (Yo Mista)
  • Advocates issued a policy paper asking the DOE to include parents and students in teacher evals. (AFC)
  • Harbor School students spent their last day of classes on a schooner in New York Harbor. (Tribeca Trib)
  • One theory of what charter schools teach the world: Achievement segregation works. (Gary Rubinstein)
  • A teacher describes the sad story of middle-schoolers who can’t afford their graduation. (SchoolBook)