• Amid the misery of a bus strike, cab drivers are seeing big raises in their take-home pay. (Times)
  • A new city program that compensates families for the cabs got off to a rocky start. (Schoolbook)
  • The Daily News says three of the mayoral candidates are acting like puppets for Michael Mulgrew.
  • The NY Post says pretty much the same thing and seeks a candidate who “requires” co-locations.
  • A school getting federal grant money to look like a community school could be closed.  (GothamSchools)
  • Districts are required to give disabled student-athletes access to sports or create leagues for them. (AP)
  • Kristoff: It’s not just resources that low-income children lack. It’s often parental attention as well.
  • Cuomo’s school aid proposal is filled with funds that only last for only one year. (GothamSchools)
  • A national labor board has made up its mind about the bus strike, but won’t share its decision. (NY1)
  • A new tier of educated Chinese graduates shun factory jobs and wait to work in the office.  (Times)