November 30th, 2011
01:35 PM ET

Today's Reading List

Here's what the editors of Schools of Thought are reading today:

The Telegraph (UK): Millions of children off school as teachers take to picket lines
More than half of England's schools are closed today as teachers joined a nationwide public-sector strike. Teaching unions and government officials are at odds over new pension plans.

Star Tribune: Governor to appoint task force on bullying
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton is appointing a 15-member committee to investigate the effectiveness of anti-bullying measures around the U.S.

New York Times: Line Grows Long for Free Meals at U.S. Schools
As families across America feel the effects of economic uncertainty, more children are eligible for free and reduced lunches.

Educational Leadership: What We Learn from Grades
Author and educator Marge Scherer says that for grades to be meaningful, they must be accurate and fair.

Smart Kid
The author recounts his personal experience as a smart, but not necessarily motivated, student.

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  1. jdsfhhuy

    wikipedia

    December 7, 2011 at 8:31 am |