Best Education Journalism Of The Week (November 14-20, 2015)

BEST OF THE WEEK

BuzzFeed: A College Watchdog Finally Barked, So The Colleges Got A New Dog ow.ly/URqhv

NYT: A Daunting Trip to School for Some Homeless Children ow.ly/UI10e

EdWeek: Tracking 2014-15 Common Core Test Results http://ow.ly/UTATm

Washington Post: 41 years. $3 billion. Inside the Clinton donor network pllqt.it/kAKKQ7

Houston Public Media: Why The Houston School Board Refused To Ban Suspensions ow.ly/UMIvu

EdWeek: Is Clinton Right There’s ‘No Evidence’ Behind Test Scores in Teacher Evaluation? Not Exactly. bit.ly/1T0RScX

 FROM “THE GRADE”

The Case For Taking Campaign Rhetoric Seriously ow.ly/UR9E6

How Mainstream Outlets Covered Clinton’s VAM critique ow.ly/UNGTT

Washington Post VAM Story Might Cause Confusion ow.ly/UKZca

What Education Reporters Think About Student “Safe Spaces” ow.ly/UR7ET

Clinton Charter Critique Faulted By FactCheck http://ow.ly/UTB75

KICKERS

Chronicle: ‘I’m Gonna Rise Above What I Was Doing’ http://ow.ly/UTMkM

The Atlantic: The Suicide Clusters at Palo Alto High Schools pllqt.it/lvbZ55

Alexander Russo

Alexander Russo is a freelance education writer who has created several long-running blogs such as the national news site This Week In Education, District 299 (about Chicago schools), and LA School Report. He can be reached on Twitter at @alexanderrusso, on Facebook, or directly at alexanderrusso@gmail.com.