• An annual survey of American teachers found that job satisfaction is at an all-time low. (HuffPo)
  • Facing a lawsuit, the city dropped plans to add a charter school to a transfer high school’s space. (NY1)
  • The state could set evals June 1. (GothamSchools, Times, Post, Daily News, NY1, WSJ, SchoolBook)
  • The Post is befuddled about why Gov. Cuomo would allow a state evaluation plan with a sunset clause.
  • A new study found mostly gains for city charter schools. (GothamSchoolsPostSchoolBookNY1)
  • City school bus drivers faced confusion Wednesday as they returned to work after their strike. (Times)
  • Some school bus workers say they were told that they were replaced during the strike. (Daily News, NY1)
  • The state teachers union filed suit against the state’s cap on local tax increases. (Times, Times-Union)
  • New York is among dozens of states considering dropping the GED test for less costly options. (WSJ)
  • Nationally, one in five Advanced Placement test-takers passed last year, an increase. (TimesWSJ)
  • Kids these days are eating fewer calories, after years of rising obesity rates among children. (Times)