• To stem costs, New York State’s public university system will move more courses online. (Times Union)
  • Students in a crowded Bronx school who the city wanted to transfer midyear will stay there. (News)
  • A parent says his twins’ diverging paths are evidence of the difference in teacher quality. (Daily News)
  • Charter schools are ignoring the state’s demand to submit teacher evaluation ratings. (GothamSchools)
  • The city is letting parents know that work to remove PCBs in their children’s school will begin soon. (NY1)
  • Some high schools bar the away team’s student fans from attending games for security reasons. (Times)
  • The fiscal outlook is improving, but lawmakers are taking a closer look at school funding. (EdWeek)