- New Orleans passed NYC as the district best for school choice, a think tank concluded. (Brookings)
- CUNY professors voted overwhelmingly to nix a planned curriculum realignment. (New York World)
- Globally, the U.S. is better than average in math, but still lags far behind many Asian nations. (Edweek)
- The Chicago teachers union will use satire to fight the city’s latest round of school closures. (Sun-Times)
- Why achieving “voluntarily diverse” schools in gentrified Park Slope might be too late. (Flypaper)
- Nicholas Kristof: Some safety net policies discourage parents from trying to help their children learn.
- Test scores at struggling schools in Boston are up after teachers received more support. (Hechinger)
- The city met with all 60 schools it could close and will soon decide which ones to shut. (Schoolbook)