AM News: Reauthorization Rumblings
Subgroup Accountability at Issue in ESEA Renewal EdWeek: The comments point to dissatisfaction in the civil rights community with the Senate plan's accountability provisions.
G.O.P. Candidates Take an Anti-Federal Stance NYT: Republican candidates who once backed the federal No Child Left Behind law now say the federal government has no place in state and local education decisions.
State Ed Advocacy Group, 50CAN, Looks to Expand EdWeek: The group wants to be in 25 states by 2015, and eventually have a presence in all 50 states, according to its president and founder, Marc Porter Magee.
L.A. Unified to consider expanding anti-dating violence programs L.A. Times: The proposal comes in the wake of a fatal stabbing in which a high school girl was allegedly attacked by her ex-boyfriend. If approved, it would teach students to recognize when a relationship is becoming abusive.
Undercover Student Tests A For-Profit College NPR: Host Audie Cornish talks to Christopher Beha, who discreetly enrolled as a student at the University of Phoenix, and wrote about it in a piece in this month's issue of Harper's Magazine.