Education Bloggers Daily Highlights 1-19-16
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- Cerf’s power grab over contract benefits–is this the end of the Newark Teachers Union? | Bob Braun’s Ledger
- BATs WALL OF SOLIDARITY! BATs RUNNING FOR LOCAL AND STATE UNION OFFICE! Badass Teachers Association
- Marie Corfield: Study Commission Pt.3: What Public Testimony?
- Special Nite Cap: Catch Up on Today’s Post 1/18/15
- Who Should Run LA’s Public Schools? – LA Progressive
- Why Sen. Bernie Sanders Wins as the Education Candidate
- CURMUDGUCATION: Cheap or Excellent??
- A family divided: Clan of Common Core critics differ on whether review process is working – The Hechinger Report
- PAA Policy Brief: The Impact of Poverty, Race and Cultural Bias on Educational Opportunity* | Parents Across America
- Truth for America Video Project – Network For Public Education
- The Color of Money: The McCleary Crime Scene Coloring Contest | Seattle Education
- “Be Careful Brethren” – A Message About Education from Martin Luther King Jr. | Poetic Justice
- CURMUDGUCATION: LA: Buying a School Board
- PAA leaders walking the walk in 2016 | Parents Across America
- With A Brooklyn Accent: How Oakland Should Respond to the Closing of It’s Wal-Mart- Guest Post By Brian Crowell
- Is pulling A Birthday Cake for George Washington a victory for progressive educators? – @ THE CHALKFACE
- Yohuru Williams asks – What Would Dr. King Say About the Corporate Assault on Public Education? – Wait What?
- Seattle Schools Community Forum: Times’ Story on African-American Boys and SPS
- Beyond Capitalism – Albert Einstein, 1949 | Creative by Nature
- No Name-Calling Week 2016: January 18-22 | GLSEN
- Before the Civil Rights Act the Green Book Helped Black Travelers Through Jim Crow – The Atlantic
- Charter Schools: The End of Public Education As We Know It? – LA Progressive
- Louisiana Educator: Rampant Violations of State Law by Charter Schools. What Can We Do?
- Lewis: If Chicago Teachers Laid Off, “We Intend To Take To The Streets” « CBS Chicago
- Detroit teachers determined to continue fight – World Socialist Web Site