• The state Board of Regents could change the school aid formula to favor poor districts. (Times-Union)
  • Even when online education ventures fail academically, they do well on the stock market. (Times)
  • A judge overturned an ex-Bronx Science teacher’s unsatisfactory rating. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • Fred Smith: Without an investigation of the state’s old testing program, we shouldn’t trust changes. (Post)
  • A Success Charter school is being proposed for Williamsburg’s I.S. 50. (GothamSchoolsBrooklyn Paper)
  • Los Angeles is weighing reform after two charter schools were found to rig their lotteries. (L.A. Times)
  • Speaking at a private school, a Finnish education expert explained that country’s school system. (Times)
  • A Brooklyn teacher cleared of threatening to attack her school has resigned. (Daily News, Post)
  • A teacher at Queens’ John Bowne High School asked students to help an evangelical charity. (Post)