• Gov. Cuomo launched an ad asking New Yorkers to press districts on teacher evaluations. (Daily News)
  • A poll found that views are mixed about releasing teacher ratings. (GothamSchoolsPostDaily News)
  • A new report estimates a shortage of school seats compared to new housing in parts of Manhattan. (WSJ)
  • Teachers at P.S. 100 in Coney Island are practicing using new teacher evaluations. (WNYC/SchoolBook)
  • A woman who married her city teacher continued cashing his pension checks after he died. (Daily News)
  • The Archdiocese of New York is embarking on a radical reorganization of city Catholic schools. (WSJ)
  • A Stuyvesant High School student was the third-place finisher in a national science contest. (Post)
  • A privately funded program helps middle-performing city students get prepared for college. (USA Today)
  • Utica, one of few cities in the state not to have charter schools, could soon get some. (Observer-Dispatch)
  • The first teacher named in Atlanta’s cheating scandal goes before a discipline tribunal today. (AJC)
  • Los Angeles’s proposed budget would cut thousands of jobs in and around schools. (L.A. Times)