- Amanda Ripley, Bard College’s president, and others debate the six-year P-TECH model. (Times)
- The Council of School Superintendents gave a nuanced take on NY’s test-reduction plan. (Capital)
- One way to ban costumes in school? A Brooklyn principal made Halloween Picture Day. (DNAInfo)
- TNTP’s Dan Weisberg says teacher evaluations across New York are headed in the right direction.
- One take: Apple’s dominance in education tablet market isn’t good for teacher flexibility. (Digital/Edu)
- A district and a charter school leader describe efforts to learn from each other. (GothamSchools)
- The end of Vanity Fair’s profile of hedge-funder Dan Loeb rehashes his fight with Randi Weingarten.
Remainders: Should high school really last for six years?
By Geoff Decker