• It’s not just New York City where Chicago’s teachers strike seems unlikely to spread. (Governing)
  • A debate about whether teachers and officials have to fight features local voices. (Room for Debate)
  • In the footnote, Peter Murphy predicted the state’s evaluation approval backlog — in February. (NYCSA)
  • A labor lesson: The nation’s first teacher strike also happened in Chicago, in 1902. (Dana Goldstein)
  • A prediction that the strike will end when Chicago teachers next would have been paid. (Intercepts)
  • A NAEP official makes the case for why his test could also predict college readiness. (Education Week)
  • Analysis of every New York State school district’s sex ed standards (except NYC) finds gaps. (NYCLU)
  • Fifth-graders at a city private school are producing videocasts of their tough music reviews. (YouTube)
  • Why the White House, elected officials and editorial boards have it wrong on evaluations. (Answer Sheet)