This is the weekend on which, every year, I judge a stone skipping competition in my small town. It's a fun time.
Lately it's been one damn thing after another in NC. Now it turns out one of the heads of the legislature's education committee forgot to mention that his wife is connected to a chartter school.
Nancy Bailey looks at one of the most basic protections against Covid spread in schools.
Nancy Flanagan speaks to the importance of leadership during these chaotic times.
Along with everything else, bus drivers are an issue. In Pittsburgh, school's opening was pushed back because of a bus driver shortage. And in Florida, they're quitting.
Mark Keierleber at the 74 has a great piece connecting the current CRT flap to Virginia's fight against desegregation.
From the 'so you think you've got troubles" file. In California, a school has a big rat problem.
You already know this story, but here it is in black and white.
The indispensable Mercedes Schneider has the story of a state board shut down by more of the anti-maskers.