Monthly Archives: December 2010

The year that was: Looking back at 2010’s education headlines

It’s the last day of 2010 and we’re flipping back our calendars to the very beginning for a look at the education goings-on of this past year and what they bode for the future. That is, tomorrow. January The year began with a 20-day race through public hearings on the city’s plans to close 19 … Continue reading

Five predictions for 2011 that will rock the education world

Continuing a tradition started in years past, I list out my predictions for the key stories that will rock the education world in 2011. If I could put it into five words, 2011 will be all about mobile, mobile, change, change, and mobile. This next year, I’m looking more at the big picture: 2011 will … Continue reading

Year-end Remainders: Black tries to say hello; Klein, goodbye

Headlines: A judge will hear arguments today on whether Cathie Black can be chancellor. (NY1, AP) Joel Klein’s final missive to principals urged ending the ATR pool altogether. (GothamSchools) The mastermind of the CityTime project had previously been probed for fraud. (Daily News) Former teacher who did sex work says “reassignment” means paid time to … Continue reading