• Charter school advocates are launching a campaign aimed at shutting weak schools down. (HuffPo)
  • U.S. Ed Sec Arne Duncan joked that he’s more likely to strip than succeed Hillary Clinton. (Inside Politics)
  • Duncan also sketched out a second-term agenda that leads with improving teacher prep. (Politics K-12)
  • But if Duncan was vague about his plans for the next four years, he has his reasons. (Answer Sheet)
  • A GothamSchools-moderated panel discussion on Thursday is about “Data For What?” (GS Calendar)
  • Beach Channel’s post-Sandy reopening has been delayed from next week to Jan. 2. (GS Twitter)
  • Eighth-graders on the high school hunt can consult a list of underexposed good schools. (Insideschools)
  • Here’s a roundup of this morning’s panel discussion of several education heavyweights. (SchoolBook)