• Matrons who lost their jobs during the school bus strike found new positions with new companies. (Post)
  • A scathing review of the UFT Charter School found many problems. (GothamSchoolsPost, Schoolbook)
  • In India, school-aged children work in squalid conditions instead of going to school. (Times)
  • High school dropouts cost the country $1.8 billion annually, a new report finds. (AP via Post)
  • Police and parents were called after a BB gun-toting student refused to give it to school staff. (Post)
  • The city announced plans for software engineering courses in 20 schools. (News, Post)
  • The latest mayoral forum on education will feature seven of the race’s candidates.  (Daily News)
  • A Brooklyn A.P. was wrongfully fired after students lobbed false accusations, a judge ruled. (Post)
  • School officials around the country brace for the possibility of automatic federal cuts Friday. (Times)
  • A new nomination program to recognize top teachers will award grants and cash prizes. (GothamSchools)