In a suit to halt school closures, a judge denies class-action status to African-American and special needs students and families suing CPS. Huh. I’m no lawyer. But don’t they organize students into, you know, classes in school? Class of 2013, 2014, and such? Class rings, classroom, class rank?  Schools are all about tracking, sorting, grouping, […]

This will perhaps be one of my most depressing posts on education in recent years. It’s over. This is on the heels of massive and unprecedented school closures in Chicago. It is now officially over. Are you familiar with the myth of Cassandra, the daughter of Priam and Hecuba, who was cursed with accurate predilection, […]