• Bronx Science track is off after team members were charged with hazing. (Times, Post, Daily News, NY1)
  • Mayor Bloomberg is personally supporting four Young Men’s Initiative charter schools for 2014. (Post)
  • Michael Benjamin: The DOE could avoided losing its parent group to the UFT by empowering it. (Post)
  • City gifted programs’ racial composition “is what it is” but should change, Chancellor Walcott said. (WSJ)
  • After an Obama nod, Brooklyn’s P-TECH is getting worldwide attention, and two replicas. (Daily News)
  • A student was rushed to the hospital after collapsing at Cardozo High School on Monday. (Daily News)
  • The Queens student with one of the world’s worst school commutes has had it harder after Sandy. (NY1)
  • Arne Duncan rolled back his comments about sequestration costing teachers their jobs. (Reuters)
  • Eight successful students from a wide range of high schools won New York Times scholarships. (Times)
  • Like New York, Texas could stop mandating spending on private tutoring firms. (Dallas Morning News)