• Chicago’s teachers union leadership faces internal challenges over its post-strike gains. (Catalyst)
  • A San Jose school found that graduates’ success in college took money and power. (Joanne Jacobs)
  • The New York Times wants teenagers to document their lives through photography. (The Lens)
  • City principals can get free support for service learning, thanks to a donation. (912 Generation Project)
  • The color yellow was chosen for school buses in the 1930s as a way to keep kids safe. (City Room)
  • A principal says her school’s bandwidth couldn’t handle students using iPads in class. (SchoolBook)
  • Florida is working on plan B for if Common Core-aligned shared tests aren’t ready. (Curriculum Matters)
  • A Chicago reporter reveals how one school is psyching students up for tests. (WBEZEducation Twitter)
  • City advocates released a handbook about rights and responsibilities in charter school discipline. (AFC)
  • A California teacher-leader argues that teacher leadership can help schools get better. (Shanker)