• The city found inflated scores at Queens’ Mathematics, Science Research, and Tech Magnet HS. (Post)
  • The state is considering requiring an in-depth research paper for high school graduation. (Times Union)
  • After Pearson botched the city’s gifted tests, state officials say it could be overextended. (GothamSchools)
  • A new Brooklyn charter school plans to recruit middle-class families most, documents show. (DNAInfo)
  • Chancellor Walcott says he won’t let up on schools even as Bloomberg’s term winds down. (Daily News)
  • Brooklyn Latin, a specialized high schools, was the top-rated city school on a national list. (Daily News)
  • A Flushing High School graduate wants to bring competitive taekwondo to the school. (Daily News)
  • The Post decries upstate school districts for weakening their teacher evaluation systems with side deals.
  • Students who say they were abused at the elite Horace Mann School want an investigation. (TimesNY1)
  • President Obama hosted students from across the country at the third White House Science Fair. (Times)
  • Texas is making it harder for students with special needs to pass its state tests. (Dallas Morning News)
  • Atlanta is responding to its cheating scandal by offering extra help to struggling students. (USA Today)