A first look at today's most important education news:
An increasing number of teachers are buying, selling, and sharing instructional resources through online marketplaces like Teacherspayteachers.com. (AP)
Cleveland’s mayor and schools CEO are campaigning hard for a proposed school-funding levy, despite concerns by some city residents over the proposed tax increase. (The Plain Dealer)
The Century Foundation’s Richard Kahlenberg published a “liberal critique” of race-based affirmative action in today’s Wall Street Journal.
Mitt Romney is expressing more moderate views on many key issues, including education, the Washington Post reports.
A new report finds that civics education is wanting in most states. (Curriculum Matters)