• Two of the three schools that launched the high-profile School of One program dropped it. (Daily News)
  • The city’s bid to make school lunches healthier also made them not hit federal calorie minimums. (Times)
  • Pop-up enrollment offices across the city match latecomer students with open seats. (GothamSchools)
  • A principal removed after investigators found improprieties was also fined. (GothamSchoolsPost)
  • After months, parents at Brooklyn’s P.S. 9 are still trying to make up a federal funding loss. (Daily News)
  • City schools slated for turnaround last year, including seven in Queens, are now reopening. (Daily News)
  • A new “career ladder” plan will give quicker raises to D.C. teachers in needy schools. (Washington Post)
  • More than a dozen school districts nationally are facing legal challenges to same-sex programs. (WSJ)
  • Classes resumed in Chicago, but they could end again if teachers carry out a threatened strike. (Tribune)
  • The Gervais, Ore., school district is trying to close a funding gap by selling off most of itself. (Times)