• Families are scrambling as a school bus strike begins. (Times, Daily News, Post, NY1, WSJ)
  • A Brooklyn mom with three children who ride yellow buses has to choose which can go to school. (Post)
  • Some of the bus companies are searching, in vain so far, for drivers to replace those on strike. (WSJ)
  • The Daily News hammers away at the idea that the strike is over an unambiguous legal ruling.
  • Again, here is backstory on the legal issue at the heart of bus drivers union’s complaint. (SchoolBook)
  • Christine Quinn set education priorities. (GothamSchools, Times, SchoolBook, Post, WSJ, NY1, News)
  • In public, city-union evaluation talks hit a bump. (GothamSchools, Daily News, SchoolBook, Post)
  • Having grown its test security team, the state is now soliciting tips about improprieties. (GothamSchools)
  • A high-performing Vermont school is trying to privatize to ward off state efforts to intervene. (WSJ)