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What We're Reading: Introducing the Chalkbeat book club

  • Discussion of “Building a Better Teacher” is starting in the brand-new Chalkbeat Book Club. Join now!
  • A critique of the book says content, not teaching quality, has derailed Americans’ math learning. (Brookings)
  • A new kind of calculator that requires estimation could be a tool in Common Core-aligned classrooms. (Voice of San Diego)
  • The story of one student arrested in a Chicago school last year shows the potential of diversion programs. (Catalyst)
  • A new nonprofit joins a cadre of others in evaluating Common Core teaching materials. (Curriculum Matters)
  • In a shift, Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel picked a former teacher and school administrator to advise him on education. (Sun-Times)
  • An educator rounds up the best advice she’s got for new teachers. (On the Shoulders of Giants)
  • A New Jersey district that gave some students iPads and others Chromebooks now prefers the less expensive gadget. (Atlantic)
  • Formal collaboration agreements between charter schools and districts allow strong practices to be shared. (Education Next)
  • Graduation rates are on the rise again in Texas. Is it another miracle? (Texas Tribune)
  • A Detroit school that lost students when it lengthened the year highlights the challenges of expanding learning time. (Hechinger)

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