• International Leadership Charter, which has a rocky history, is moving to its own space. (Riverdale Press)
  • All students at P.S. 368 in Harlem will get Arabic lessons twice a week, in a first. (NY1, Post, Daily News)
  • Advocates want the state to take more time to phase in more stringent diploma rules. (GothamSchools)
  • Parent activists are weighing political campaigns as they look toward Bloomberg’s exit. (GothamSchools)
  • A janitor was hit in the leg when teenagers sprayed the Lower East Side’s P.S. 2 with BB pellets. (Post)
  • Two new Success Academy charter schools in the Bronx attracted 30 applications for each spot. (Post)
  • A relatively new city private school is boosting enrollment by accepting some boarding students. (WSJ)
  • Channeling Obama, Mitt Romney said education was “the civil rights issue of our time.” (TimesWSJ)
  • Chicago teachers held a citywide rally for the first time in decades, against Mayor Emanuel. (Sun-Times)