• The principal of P.S. 94, accused of spurring cheating, defended herself to staff in a memo. (Daily News)
  • More than 900 students have used JFK HS’s health clinic since its March 30 opening. (Riverdale Press)
  • The DOE promised mental health funding and threatened layoffs. (GothamSchools, SchoolBook, NY1)
  • A judge dismissed a lawsuit against Cobble Hill Success Academy but found merit in it. (GothamSchools)
  • A school aide cleared of sex abuse allegations by police is still suspended without pay. (City Room)
  • Students from Washington Heights are lobbying the city to save after-school programs. (Daily News)
  • A probe found that a James Madison HS teacher  had sex with a student in her office. (Post, Daily News)
  • A probe also found that a Westinghouse HS teacher made inappropriate comments. (Daily News)
  • The student filmed kissing his teacher won a bet with friends over the affair, students say. (Post)
  • The teacher on the tape had been arrested for driving under the influence last year. (Daily News)
  • The Post says the case of the teacher caught on tape kissing a student proves the need for reform.
  • Bedford-Stuyvesant Preparatory School has scrapped plans to distribute condoms at prom. (MSNBC)
  • Parents at P.S. 121 in the Bronx rallied to get the city to remove PCB-laden lights faster. (Daily News)
  • Students from four Bronx schools performed onstage with Disney star Nick Jonas. (Daily News)
  • Across the country, principal training in new Common Core standards is accelerating. (EdWeek)
  • An ACLU lawsuit alleges that California has neglected the needs of immigrant students. (L.A. Times)