- Chicago students and police officers have a fascinating conversation about school violence and snitching.
- Bloomberg says it doesn’t make sense for parents to be involved in macro education issues.
- Quick and the Ed talks to one student voicing opposition to Congress’ proposed student loan reforms.
- InsideSchools wants to know if you think schools need bake sales.
- Some British parents can log online to check what their schoolchildren ate for lunch.
- Only half of principals in Texas stay in their jobs for three years, a new study reports.
- About 650 people have responded to Colorado’s call to help put together their Race to the Top application.
- Education Sector’s online discussion of school choice asks if we’re headed for “radical choice.”
- NYSUT’s polling center says that 72% of their respondents favor peer assistance and review for teachers.
Remainders: Chicago students debate the ethics of snitchers
By Maura Walz