• The founding principal of a new charter schools says, “This is harder than it looks!” (Charter Notebook)
  • The creator of the New Yorker’s Newtown cover discusses his relationship to schools. (The New Yorker)
  • The Department of Education has opened this year’s Community Education Council elections. (DOE)
  • Here’s a primer on what families need to know about the possible school bus strike. (SchoolBook)
  • A founding KIPP Infinity teacher lists graphic novels good for building stamina. (Reading Without Limits)
  • The reports from inside a school that is now sharing space continue to be grim. (Inside Colocation 1, 2)
  • Brooklyn’s Thomas Jefferson HS can’t compete at a major track venue after students fought. (Prep Rally)
  • A teacher says he would have taken to the streets over the city’s special ed data system. (NYCDOENuts)
  • Norm Fruchter: To free destiny from demography, we need better schools and instruction. (City Limits)
  • A critic of the UFT’s leadership posts an email from a district leader discouraging dissent. (ICEUFT)
  • Rotherham: The D.C. charter school expulsion story is about all schools in a choice system. (Eduwonk)