No, I don't have a new one. But my newest grandchild is in town, so I get to see him for the first time in a year. A photo of his extreme cuteness to follow, but you'll have to scroll past this list of reading material from the week.How College Became a Ruthless Competition Divorced From Learning
Yes, I know I share lots of AI articles, but you have to remember that this is the stuff that certain people want to take teachers' jobs, and we should be paying attention.
Nancy Flanagan as usual provides a thoughtful look at the hot topic of the day.
While we're at the Atlantic, look at this Adam Harris piece explaining how a fifty year old academic theory has become central to the GOP's latest round of fearmongering.
Michael Harriot at The Root did exactly this, and it's a pretty stark, clear reminder of how much the 1619 project diverges from traditional school history texts.
The state of PA is looking to downsize its (very expensive) system of higher education. Economists predict that results will not be pretty.
Not actually an education article, except that it is, because broadband problems are education problems.
Joanne Golan writing at the Conversation. Blunt and to the point.
Matt Barnum at Chalkbeat offers a view of how the philanthropic landscape has changed in educationland. Interesting viewpoint.What Black Men Need From Schools to Stay in the Teaching Profession