AM News: Does Harkin Bill Have What's Needed To Move?
Unions Still Mulling Harkin ESEA Bill Politics K-12: But early reaction suggests that evaluations could be a potential point of pushback on the legislation unveiled Oct. 11.
California fails to signal early interest in No Child Left Behind waiver SJ Mercury Although Wednesday was the early deadline for states to indicate interest in applying for waivers from No Child Left Behind regulations, it appeared California wasn't among states jumping at the chance.
DC educator withdraws from job at downtown LA arts school LAT: Once again, a highly regarded educator from outside Los Angeles has accepted and then backed away from the job of running the downtown arts high school, which has had a short but troubled history
New York City to Boost English Learners WSJ: More than a year after the state Education Department warned New York City that it was short-changing students whose first language isn't English, officials announced Wednesday that the city has agreed to improve instruction.