Labor Day again already. Time sure flies when you're under stress and constant existential dread! But we have things to read, because these are busy times.
I don't usually do this, but this Twitter thread is packed with informative links and info, so here you go--an unrolled thread.
Thomas Ultican looks at Scripting the Moves, a book about No Excuses schools and the story about how a bunch of education amateurs founded a successful business built on bad school practices.
Peter Montgomery at Right Wing Watch with the story on yet another one of these obnoxious groups.
Lauren Camera at US News on the renewed interest in and support for the community school modelIn Minnesota’s ‘most diverse city,’ schools are addressing the community’s deep trauma
This is a crazy-cakes story of a California community college scam. The LA Times is on it.
The School Choice Demonstration Project at the University of Arkansas issued a report about how sadly underpaid charters are. Bruce Baker is at NEPC to debunk the seriously flawed work.
Have you read Audrey Watters' new book yet? Well, do that. And if you haven't, here's a chapter about Mr. Teaching Machine B. F. Skinner to whet your appetite.
The Educator's Room has the list of current education shenanigans that teachers did not sign up for.3 Vancouver schools placed on lockdown after Proud Boys try to enter during masks protest