- A new program, STEM Behind Hollywood, puts zombies at the center of science lessons. (Forbes)
- An upstate education advocate calls Rochester’s test scores unacceptable. (Democrat and Chronicle)
- An abandoned shower room has a new use as a dance studio at P.S. 64 in the East Village. (DNAInfo)
- Parents Transparency Project: We want broader reforms to employee discipline policy. (GS in Brief)
- A fourth-year teacher laments that teaching seems to be the least discussed part of “teaching.” (Edwize)
- At Insideschools, Judy Baum explains how instruction works in an Integrated Co-Teaching class.
- Teaching Pearson’s ReadyGEN makes one teacher feel like a “cog in the wheel.” (Critical Classrooms)
- Jose Vilson: Turning Danielson rubrics into checklists has been a recipe for teacher boredom.
- Louisiana is trying to minimize the impact of state test score drops on schools’ grades. (Times-Picayune)