• Some schools will move away from controversial report cards tied heavily to test scores. (Ed Excellence)
  • African American parents discuss documenting their son’s education an an elite private school. (Times)
  • The head of a high school drama program in an old industrial town takes on provocative projects. (Times)
  • A parent grapples with the prospect of her autistic son aging out of the school system. (Narratively)
  • A teachers writes why staying connected on Twitter makes for a better classroom. (EdSurge)
  • College Board, which sponsors the SAT, says this year’s results show low college readiness skills. (NPR)
  • A move to lift staffing mandates has school librarians worried about their profession. (City Limits)
  • Inside City Hall anchor Errol Louis discussed the future of charter schools in an interview. (City & State)
  • ICYMI: Yours truly talked about early education issues on the Brian Lehrer Show this morning.