• Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver wants Gov. Andrew Cuomo to lift his city school aid penalties. (Times)
  • Visiting a city school, U.S. Ed Sec Arne Duncan urged an end to the teacher evaluation fight. (Post)
  • Parents defended the Manhattan teacher whose math questions referred to hurting slaves. (NY1)
  • Raising children in New York City means getting in line to sign up for schools and other activities. (Times)
  • The Times says a new study shows some city charter schools should be replicated and others closed.
  • The Post says the unpleasant end of the bus strike for matrons proves that unions hurt their members.
  • A Brooklyn teacher found to have behaved inappropriately was fined and transferred, but not fired. (Post)
  • Bronx high school students are actors in a new film by “Eternal Sunshine” director Michael Gondry. (WSJ)