• Twenty-four hour schools top the list of three things schools could try but usually don’t. (Eduwonk)
  • Liza Featherstone: Everyone’s reading on the subways, but that culture is under threat. (AMNY)
  • Back on Pi Day, Williamsburg Collegiate teachers let digit-memorizing students pie them. (FOX NY)
  • A Boston charter school wants someone to fill a position with a very interesting description. (GS Jobs)
  • Listen in on Wednesday night’s contentious public forum on school changes in Newark. (SchoolBook)
  • This fall, unusually, school won’t start for students until a full week after Labor Day. (Insideschools)
  • California school safety officers describe what it’s like being “good guys with guns” in schools. (Russo)
  • On a new trend in teacher evaluation, curbing the proportion of high scores, and its issues. (Shanker)
  • A minority caucus candidate offers his take on the UFT’s Delegate Assembly this week. (ICE UFT)