• A (new) dispute between the UFT and City Hall could cost $15 million in grants. (GothamSchoolsPost)
  • Greewnwich is challenging a state law mandating equal integration in school districts. (Times, WSJ)
  • New mayoral entrant Jack Hidary said project-based learning is the future. (GothamSchools)
  • Congress’ GOP-controlled Housepassed a version of NCLB giving states more oversight. (Times, WSJ)
  • A mother who was involved in a bullying incident at her sons’ Bronx school is suing the city. (Post)
  • Once discouraged from college, a principal returned home to deliver the opposite message. (Daily News)
  • The state found budgeting errors in a Rockland County school district. (Rockland County Times)
  • In Afghanistan, progress on education seem small compared to the outstanding problems. (Times)
  • Arne Duncan has had to hew to both sides of the political aisle during his time in office. (WSJ)
  • Parents don’t support changes in education policy, according to an AFT-commissioned poll. (WaPo)
  • A program supports students tell stories of their neighborhoods through short films. (NY1)