Here's what the Schools of Thought Editors are reading today:
Education News: Ohio Vote on Issue 2 Wake Up Call for Ed Reformers
As Secretary of Education Arne Duncan praises the outcome of the collective bargaining vote, GOP leaders remained resolved to defeat it.
Miami Herald: State launches charter school competition
Florida's education department offers up $30 million in competitive funding for schools, and at least one school could get 10 percent of the pot.
Saint Louis Today: Increasing targets hard to reach
Only eight high schools out of 700 in Illinois have reached the benchmarks set on the state's high-stakes exam.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: International Enrollments at U.S. Colleges Grow but Still Rely on China
The number of international students at U.S. universities has reached an all-time high.
KQED: Mind/Shift: How we will learn: Can an Online Game Crack the Code to Language Learning?
In an effort to promote a love of Latin, a teacher in Connecticut transports his students back to ancient Rome, virtually speaking.