• The group creating tests for New York proposed how ELLs will receive support. (Learning the Language)
  • Emailing and texting raise concerns that school boards are violating transparency laws. (Edweek)
  • Uncertified Bridgeport superintendent Paul Vallas is back in school following a lawsuit . (District Dossier)
  • Could politicians like Andrew Cuomo cave to growing test resentment as scores drop? (Dana Goldstein)
  • A New Jersey district chose Singapore Math curriculum for its elementary schools. (Madison Patch)
  • UFT President Michael Mulgrew explained why he still supports the union’s charter school. (ICE UFT)
  • A Boston charter school teacher argues that standardized tests benefit low-income students. (Atlantic)
  • ICYMI: Anthony Weiner’s education positions haven’t changed much since 2009. (GothamSchools)
  • P.S. 22′s chorus sang “Please Come to Boston,” a tribute to the city after its tragic week. (P.S. 22 Chorus)
  • Here are six ways that parents and teachers can talk to children about disaster. (Daily News)