• While the city was cultivating “Select Recruits,” it was also leaving ATRs hanging. (Chaz’s School Daze)
  • The future of this year’s graduates will decide whether Bloomberg’s school policies worked. (City Limits)
  • Stand for Children’s founder tells a story to argue in favor of the Common Core standards. (Hechinger)
  • Readers, including former state ed chief David Steiner, respond to an editorial on testing. (Times)
  • A perk of going to a charter school: You can leave the city and stay enrolled for free. (Insideschools)
  • A lawyer who spent seven years with Teach for America offers sharp criticism of it. (Answer Sheet)
  • Kentucky is sanctioning a parenting columnist for practicing psychology without a license. (Law Blog)
  • A story of charter-district school co-location causing tensions — in Los Angeles. (Frying Pan News)
  • Praise for Rafe Esquith’s new book includes a question about whether we’ll cover it. (NYC Urban Ed)