• Nate Silver’s take on objective measures of teacher quality: Maybe we shouldn’t try to find them. (Reddit)
  • The UFT’s elections process should have started by now, but it hasn’t yet. What gives? (Ed Notes)
  • TFA might cycle some teachers out of the classroom, but no one else is urging them in. (Eric Horowitz)
  • The U.S. Senate will look into the fact that 35 states now can evade federal education law. (Politics K-12)
  • The city says this year’s parent council elections will beat 2011′s disastrous ones. (Insideschools)
  • One reason Mississippi doesn’t have charter schools is that black leaders don’t want them. (Hechinger)
  • A city teacher lists the student demographics of the schools the city wants to close. (Music & Beyond)
  • City teens and Radio Rookies live-chatted about the problem of sexual cyber-bullying. (SchoolBook)