• A Princeton Review division censured for defrauding New York City has filed for bankruptcy. (Bloomberg)
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget proposal included several education plans. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • The Archdiocese of New York City said it will close 24 Catholic schools. (Times, WSJ, NY1, Daily News)
  • A Queens Catholic school flooded by Hurricane Sandy returned to its home building on Tuesday. (Times)
  • Across the country, private religious schools are enrolling more foreign students to stay solvent. (WSJ)
  • Chancellor Walcott says the city is doing everything it can to help families during the bus strike. (Post)
  • The Times says the city’s position is justified, but it needs to help students get to school more thoroughly.
  • The city and UFT continued fighting over teacher evaluation talks. (GothamSchools, Daily News, NY1)
  • A columnist blames the evals debacle on Bloomberg’s weak leadership and a deputy’s ideology. (Post)
  • City officials reassured parents after a light fixture with PCBs exploded at Staten Island’s P.S. 50. (NY1)