• The city and union agreed to delay the release of teacher scores. (GS, DN, NYT, WSJPost, NY1, WNYC)
  • The consultants who designed the city’s value-added system warned not to use it to judge teachers. (DN)
  • GothamSchools plans to use the scores, if released, as a reporting tool only. (Christian Science Monitor)
  • In Denver, Mayor Bloomberg praised Colorado’s new teacher evaluation law. (Denver Post)
  • A teacher had inappropriate relationships with middle schoolers at three different schools. (NY1)
  • A Brooklyn principal sent out a memo riddled with misspellings and grammatical errors. (Daily News)
  • The Daily News calls UWS opposition to a new Harlem Success charter “vile” and “moblike.”
  • California can’t tell if its charter schools are providing nutritional school lunches. (L.A. Times)
  • A controversial Virginia history text wasn’t reviewed by historians before its adoption. (Washington Post)