• Upstate schools are ready to lose the stigma attached to NCLB’s labeling system. (Press & Sun-Bulletin)
  • Advocacy groups gave scholarships to some undocumented students as legislators weigh more. (Times)
  • The state’s new principal evaluation requirements could be difficult for the city to meet. (GothamSchools)
  • A fleet of City Council members and other officials convened to defend city teachers. (GothamSchools)
  • The Queens veteran teacher accused of assaulting a 6-year-old student was charged. (NY1Daily News)
  • A theater program at M.S. 278 gives a spotlight to professional artists working in schools. (Daily News)
  • Buffalo’s fight over weighing attendance in teacher evaluations hints at a truancy problem. (Buffalo News)
  • New details are being set in Memphis’s planned urban-suburban district merger. (Commercial Appeal)