• The city is gearing up to propose the first-ever school co-locations for Staten Island. (S.I. Advance)
  • Former schools chancellor Joel Klein is weighing in on the mayor’s race. (GothamSchools, WSJ)
  • Mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn wants kids’ restaurant meals to follow school nutrition standards. (Post)
  • A sleep-away camp for Bronx teens will let them spend time outside and learn to code. (Daily News)
  • A state report found only health risks for students who attended toxin-ridden P.S. 51 in the Bronx. (NY1)
  • Campbell Brown’s bid against badly behaving teachers continued with a letter to the UFT. (Daily News)
  • The head of a Brooklyn Catholic school refused to let the school close, opening summer programs. (NY1)
  • But the school, Brooklyn Jesuit Prep, will leave its network, saving money for other schools. (Daily News)
  • A California judge ruled that yoga is not religious and thus may be taught in schools. (L.A. TimesTimes)