- With both Rhee and Klein gone, experts debate the fate of urban education reform. (Hechinger Report)
- Our Elizabeth Green and the Daily News’ Juan Gonzalez discuss Klein’s legacy. (Democracy Now)
- Does a schools chancellor need education experience? Ten experts weigh in. (Room for Debate)
- Diane Ravitch gives a history lesson in how city schools chancellors have been selected. (NYRB)
- New chancellor Cathleen Black’s political donations are largely to out-of-state politicians. (City Room)
- Charles and Inez Barron spoke out against Black’s appointment at City Hall today. (Observer)
- An education professor wants State Ed to investigate city schools’ performance under Klein. (HuffPo)
- Fieldston’s search for a headmaster was far more public than the city’s chancellor search. (City Room)
- Producers of the TV show “Glee” will pay for a “job readiness” counselor at Harvey Milk HS. (NYMag)
- New York City has set up a feedback loop of school “reform, research, and renewal.” (EdWeek)
- Albany’s school board chief got 1,400 texts after a charter network handed out his cell number. (WTEN)
- And GothamSchools needs your help! We’re looking for volunteers to help at our party next week.
Remainders: Will reform survive the exits of Klein and Rhee?
By Maura Walz