Remainders: What Republican candidates think about education

  • A rundown of Republican presidential candidates’ education ideologies and track records. (Hechinger)
  • Nat Hentoff challenges Chancellor Walcott to bring the Constitution into city schools. (Village Voice)
  • A teacher recounts her days volunteering in a school-supplies rich evacuation center. (GS Community)
  • First up in New Schools Venture Fund’s new series of video interviews is Sal Khan. (NSVF via Eduwonk)
  • A Denver education advocate critiques Colorado’s treatment in “Class Warfare.” (Ed News Colorado)
  • Budget cuts often force a choice between maintaining staff or sustaining PD. (YNN via Teacher Beat)
  • The deadline for Teach for America alums to write a winning blog post is midnight. (Teach For Us)
  • State education commissioners are worried about Race to the Top delays being allowed. (Politics K-12)
  • A charter school founder confronts the uncomfortable question, “Am I a reformer?” (Mike Goldstein)
  • A relatively new private school is rebranding itself as offering an international angle. (City Room)
  • On the surprisingly rich lineage of social justice-infused mathematics instruction. (Flypaper)

Source: Philissa Cramer