- WNYC’s Beth Fertig meets the students of a LaGuardia Community College remedial math class.
- The Washington Teacher has footage from a student walk-out to protest D.C. teacher layoffs.
- D.C.’s new teacher evaluation system incorporates student test scores, and is really complicated.
- How much does class size matter at Harvard? Kevin Carey takes the question to alums.
- A new study suggests that one in 100 kids might have autism, a higher rate than previously thought.
- When it comes to charter schools, more may not always be better, argues Corey Bunje Bower.
- NYSUT president Richard Iannuzzi says Washington is now the ed capital of the country.
- A Saratoga Springs mom is fighting a school rule that bans her son from biking to school.
- Most of the city’s selective high schools are dominated by female students. Liz Willen wonders why.
- The middle school admissions process is starting six weeks earlier this year than last.
- A Chinese-educated scholar says U.S. schools are drawing the wrong lessons from foreign competition.
- And don’t miss Arne Duncan on tonight’s Colbert Report! Alexander Russo has some jokes already.
Remainders: Start your middle school application engines early
By Maura Walz