• A budget watchdog warns that $2 billion in federal school funding could be cut by the fiscal cliff. (Times)
  • Juan Gonzalez: A school with some higher-than-average test scores are facing closure. (Daily News)
  • To build better principals, the city wants to recruit and train top teachers earlier.  (GothamSchools)
  • The UFT is suing the education department to see more of Joel Klein’s emails. (GothamSchools, News)
  • Teenagers with a history of substance abuse receive specialized treatment in a Queens  school. (News)
  • Attendance in displaced schools ticked up as students are getting used to plush bus rides. (Schoolbook)
  • Thousands of Kansas students have gotten a free pass in science. (Lawrence World Journal via HuffPo)
  • A test administrator lost the SAT answer sheets for 30 Staten Island students last month.  (NY Post)
  • Sen. Schumer is pushing the state to create two new types of diplomas. (HuffPo, Democrat & Chronicle)