• Gov. Andrew Cuomo broke his silence on teacher ratings’ privacy, saying they should be released. (WSJ)
  • More teachers than ever will leave the classroom to grade state tests this year. (GothamSchools)
  • DOE officials testified that next year’s budget won’t have cuts. (GothamSchools, Daily News, SchoolBook)
  • Council members pressed department officials for information and commitments about class size. (NY1)
  • City officials said pension costs are set to have risen fivefold since Mayor Bloomberg took office. (Post)
  • Former teachers from Queens’ I.S. 59 are suing their principal over alleged harassment. (Daily News)
  • Parents at a Williamsburg school building say their school is infested with mold. (NY1)
  • Pleasing advocates, the state will now keep juvenile offenders close to their homes and schools. (WNYC)
  • An inquiry found a DOE official had gotten his wife a job. (GothamSchoolsSchoolBookDaily News)
  • P.S. 51, the Bronx school relocated over toxin concerns, will be investigated by the state. (Daily News)
  • In the wake of cheating scandals, the College Board is toughening SAT exam security. (TimesAPWSJ)
  • Michael Goodwin: The city’s list of verboten test words underscores Bloomberg’s “no” mentality. (Post)
  • D.C. is considering a policy to close charter schools that don’t report suspensions. (Washington Post)