• The Albany Times Union says Cuomo’s ed commission needs to tackle high per-pupil spending.
  • Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch criticized Bill de Blasio’s plan to charge rent to charter schools. (Post)
  • A study suggests less nefarious reasons why charters enroll fewer special ed students. (GS, Schoolbook)
  • Letitia James is poised to be the next Public Advocate after winning a run-off. (Times, WSJ, News, Post)
  • Hearings on the state’s education policies continued in western New York. (Syracuse Post-Standard)
  • Students are protesting a budget mistake that could cut AP courses a their high school. (Daily News)
  • More than 100 instruments were donated to Bronx schools affected by music program cuts. (Daily News)
  • An Arizona court upheld a program that directs money to bank accounts for private school tuition. (Times)
  • A Bronx BP staffer was busted for trying to use her position to help her son in school. (GS in Brief)