• Diversity in American teachers isn’t keeping up with student populations, a study shows. (HuffPo)
  • Debating the facts and fiction of a new white sheet on value-added analysis. (Shanker Blog)
  • Accounts of  the UFT’s monthly delegate meeting show deep rifts on ATR issue. (NYC ATR)
  • Two bills seek to give parents more notice when PCBs are found in their schools. (Insideschools)
  • An Ivy League college president wins over first-generation American students. (The Choice)
  • In a report, New Orleans students say their experience hasn’t matched the city’s claims. (Colorlines)
  • Poor college-readiness rates are latest example of Bloomberg’s failed policies. (Village Voice)
  • A Washington Square Park protest birthed from OWS will take on education. (People’s University)
  • Happy 11-11-11! Today’s date is once-in-a-century) (New York Times Archives, via The Atlantic)