• The city and teachers union are returning to the negotiating table over teacher evaluations. (Daily News)
  • A Gates Foundation study found good teaching can be measured. (GothamSchoolsSchoolBookWSJ)
  • The city increased its school closure list to 26 in total. (GothamSchools, Post, NY1, WSJ, SchoolBook)
  • Former DOE official Eric Nadelstern: The more struggling schools that close, the better. (Daily News)
  • More allegations against city school workers were made than ever last year. (GothamSchools, Times)
  • New Dorp High School will keep its rare health clinic, which budget cuts had threatened. (Daily News)
  • A freshman at a Brooklyn school whose parents said she was bullied was found dead. (Post, City Room)
  • A Brooklyn councilman opposes a Staten Island vote to arm school guards, which won’t happen. (Post)
  • A judge said it was okay for a private school to fire a teacher who let students drink wine in France. (Post)
  • California’s schools chief wants students to take fewer state tests, especially in high school. (L.A. Times)