• A Staten Island teenager documented on radio her Sandy experience after not evacuating. (SchoolBook)
  • Here’s a flashback to what schools might have worried about this week if not for Sandy. (GS Archives)
  • Last week, long before the storm, some city students took field tests, and here’s a guide. (Daily News)
  • A review of “Black Swan Green” says the novel should replace “Catcher in the Rye” in schools. (Slate)
  • A city teacher and parent argues that teenagers should read more non-fantasy fiction. (Insideschools)
  • A teacher laments putting students’ writing style and structure before their content. (Urban Teacher’s Ed)
  • Are free online courses the biggest innovation in education in 2,000 years? Some say so. (Tech Review)
  • Los Angeles applied for Race to the Top-District even though its union isn’t on board. (Politics K-12)
  • More singing charter school students say they don’t care who you vote for if you just vote. (YouTube)
  • Despite what Mitt Romney says, education spending has grown least under Barack Obama. (Rick Hess)
  • We still need teachers to volunteer to present their students’ work. (Now details really are coming soon!)