Remainders: State of the city, students say, is light on field trips

  • Students in the Morris campus offer education wish lists: computers and field trips. (SchoolBook)
  • An argument that Bloomberg’s policy proposals aren’t ambitious but ridiculous. (NYC P.S. Parents)
  • Entrant for best phrase of 2012 so far? “Chicken Cuomo,” coined by Rupert Murdoch. (Times)
  • A look at New York’s transformation-to-turnaround switcheroo from outside the city. (Teacher Beat)
  • Dozens of charter school trustees in Newark were disqualified for not meeting requirements. (Patch)
  • Ten places to look for early childhood education policy getting made this year. (Early Ed Watch)
  • A principal offers advice about how to run a high-quality advisory program. (Practical Theory)
  • Some theories about the political backstory at Peninsula Prep, a closing charter school. (Ed Notes)
  • A roundup of the many international comparisons that has the U.S. sweating its schools. (Hechinger)