• The state is unveiling teacher training proposals that could make ed schools unnecessary. (Times, AP)
  • A high school principal who resigned while being investigated was given another school to lead. (Post)
  • High school progress report grades out today won’t be as high as those for other schools. (Daily News)
  • A coalition of state senators has sworn to block Gov. Paterson’s midyear school budget cuts. (AP)
  • A Staten Island student was seriously injured in dangerous traffic outside Tottenville HS. (Post)
  • A nonprofit group that builds gyms in Africa is helping a Brooklyn school build one. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • The school-based H1N1-vaccine clinics were much busier this weekend than last week. (Times)
  • The Academy for Young Writers is looking for internships for its soon-to-graduate seniors. (Daily News)
  • The Daily News says New York State needs to step up and change laws to win Race to the Top funds.
  • The 500 school aides at risk of firing finally lost their jobs on Friday. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • A new look at the Posse Foundation, which sends city kids to top colleges in groups. (AP)
  • The Washington Post wants D.C. to turn over closed school buildings to charter schools. 
  • Arizona’s charter schools, the most anywhere, aren’t outperforming district schools. (Washington Post)
  • Nationwide, as in New York City, a teacher shortage has become a teacher surplus. (AP)
  • Some teachers sell their lesson plans online, raising questions of property rights and propriety. (Times)
  • A movement is underfoot to replace “at-risk” with “at-promise,” Jay Mathews writes. (Washington Post)
  • Los Angeles’s superintendent is asking teachers to accept a 12 percent pay cut. (L.A. Times)