• At many charter schools, teacher turnover is still high and classroom experience is low. (Times)
  • A breakdown of what Newark teachers needed to do to get bonuses under new merit pay rules. (WSJ)
  • A surge of security forces is flooding Chicago streets to calm fears after school closures. (Times, AP)
  • Less than two weeks before schools starts, classroom trailers pose a serious health risk. (NY1)
  • Randi Weingarten joined semi-accurate attacks on Bill de Blasio’s pre-K plan. (GothamSchools, News)
  • Christine Quinn promised to open all-girl STEM middle schools in each borough as mayor. (Daily News)
  • School zones with car speeding problems will get cameras installed by the first day of school. (Post)
  • A new report faults Yeshiva University for not responding to sex abuse allegations. (Daily News)
  • Schools across the country are opening with some momentous policy changes underway. (WSJ)
  • Bidding season opened for districts seeking Cuomo’s community schools grants. (Post-Standard)
  • The mother of a bullied son who hanged himself is suing the Department of Education. (Post)