• A national labor board ruled that city school bus drivers can strike against their companies. (SchoolBook)
  • A striking bus driver offers his view on the strike and a detailed job description. (World Socialist Web)
  • The UFT reports that teacher attrition is rising again after falling during the recession. (NY Teacher)
  • There are signs that ed-tech is becoming a bubble, but not very many that it boosts learning. (Take Part)
  • On the first day of Black History Month, a city teacher argues for All Histories Months. (Jose Vilson)
  • In a 1988 letter to the editor, ex-Mayor Ed Koch, who died today, listed his education successes. (Times)
  • A student who brought a butcher knife to his Brooklyn middle school wasn’t suspended for a week. (FOX)
  • New York escaped sanction, but other states’ Race to the Top progress is under scrutiny. (Politics K-12)
  • U.S. Ed Sec Arne Duncan said a top goal is expanding access to early-childhood education. (HuffPo)