• San Francisco is overhauling its curriculum to make sure it serves the city’s many students with incarcerated parents. (S.F. Examiner)
  • A Boston charter school that suspended students 325 times last year is a flashpoint in the debate over “no excuses” discipline. (WBUR)
  • Those suspensions took place in the context of a challenging turnaround effort, the school’s CEO wrote in a public letter. (UP Education)
  • ICYMI: Here’s basically everything you need to know about the discipline debate. (Chalkbeat)
  • How one white, veteran teacher improved his connection with his South Los Angeles students after they called him out for not being relatable. (Washington Post)
  • San Antonio has 15 independent school districts. More than half are participating in a shared pre-K program. (The Atlantic)
  • Thirty Newark schools shut off their water fountains after testing found high levels of lead. (Brick City Live)
  • Los Angeles is at a “point of crisis” in the way it serves students with disabilities, according to a report that was never supposed to be made public. (L.A. Times)
  • Like many places, Seattle is supposed to “fully fund” education. What that means is complicated. (Seattle Times)
  • Detroit officials say their schools will run out of money in April without additional aid from the state. (Free Press)
  • And Chicago teachers are headed for a strike April 1after the city asked them to take three unpaid days off. (DNAInfo)
  • Here’s what people were talking about at this year’s SXSWedu, the innovation-focused education conference. (Hechinger Report)
  • The Republicans running for president seem not to have mastered the Common Core standards. (The Upshot)
  • In New York City? Join Chalkbeat for our spring event in two weeks. (Get a ticket here)