• Mayor Bloomberg defended elite high school exams as fair to all students. (Times, Daily News, Post)
  • A Brooklyn charter school is trying to reverse years of high attrition to avoid closure. (GothamSchools)
  • An investigation found that the city hired a contractor banned from working in schools. (DNA Info)
  • Four out of five city students don’t earn a college degree in their lifetime, a new report finds. (News)
  • Bloomberg shrugged off the city’s growing income gap, saying the real gap is education. (DNA Info)
  • An overcrowded Sunset Park school is sending kids to the auditorium instead of to class. (News)
  • The city has dispersed students from a Lower East Side school building in danger of collapse. (NY1)
  • New York City’s large bureaucracy might struggle to get results from its “Educare” program. (Post)
  • Officials told the City Council they’re making progress with bilingual programs. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • Juan Gonzalez: My eighth-grade daughter knows the specialized high school tests are rigged. (News)