Looking for a romantic getaway spot? You're in luck — Dracula's castle is for sale.

NPR collects several articles in their special: Looking Back: Brown v. Board of Education, including a roundtable discussion, interviews about Thurgood Marshall, and more.

Ben Spielberg writes about an issue near and dear to our hearts — the problem with outcome-oriented evaluations.

Larry Ferlazzo brings us all some resources for finishing the school year with verve and purpose.

The New York Times recently published an essay by two students that asks the question, "can students at your school talk openly about their mental health issues?" In a follow-up article, the NYT asks students to read the essay and submit their thoughts on several questions. This could be a great personal writing exercise for your students.

Teachers aren't the only ones being evaluated based on student performance — principals are feeling the same pinch, according to this article from Education Week.