• New York City has some of the most segregated schools for Latinos, a new USDOE study found. (Times)
  • At Queens’ J.H.S. 67, a new but only partly enforced dress code bars logos and sweaters. (Daily News)
  • After a slight decrease, the number of city students attending class in trailers has held flat. (DNAInfo)
  • The city did better at opening schools last year than fulfilling vows to improve others. (GothamSchools)
  • Many students with disabilities have gotten new service providers, but issues remain. (Riverdale Press)
  • Among this year’s busing snafus: A girl was told to wait for a bus nearly four hours before school. (Post)
  • A longstanding “parent trigger”-like law in New York State has rarely been used. (GothamSchools)
  • Both sides are claiming victory in Chicago, and the contract deal’s reality is unclear. (Times, Sun-Times)
  • With the teacher strike over, Chicago, like many districts, must return to teacher evaluations. (WSJ)
  • Chicago also has another issue to worry about in the future: The solvency of its pension system. (Times)