• Backing Christine Quinn, the New York Times cites Bill Thompson’s and Bill de Blasio’s school policies.
  • As we reported, de Blasio’s plan to raise taxes to pay for preschool depends on Albany. (Daily News)
  • This year’s state test scores are now available to parents on the city’s ARIS ParentLink website. (Times)
  • A new report touts continued benefits for the city’s small high schools. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • Bellafante: Groups that aim to get top poor students to elite colleges should consider the middle. (Times)
  • Under the Bloomberg administration, city schools have expanded their health services offerings. (Post)
  • Parent leaders are protesting a plan to open a school inside Long Island City High School. (Daily News)
  • Hundreds of colleges will pilot an exit exam this year meant to prove their graduates’ learning. (WSJ)
  • Teachers in Mexico City are taking to the streets to protest policies aimed at curbing corruption. (Times)
  • Newark teachers are starting to receive bonuses for performance and teaching in shortage areas. (WSJ)
  • U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan says legislators should enact a better education law. (WaPo)