• An analysis of the state’s evaluation data found certain teacher scores were off. (LoHud)
  • John King dismissed concerns from the state teachers union over new state tests. (Capital NY)
  • Both candidates have good — and bad — points on charter school policy issues. (Times)
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo had harsh words for de Blasio’s tax raise plan for pre-k. (Daily News)
  • A governance overhaul in Memphis has it poised to become the next New Orleans. (EdWeek)
  • The school that lost track of a special needs boy was warned he could flee. (Schoolbook)
  • A credit rating agency warned that cities with many charter schools could be at risk. (Reuters)
  • Nicole Gelinas writes that Bill de Blasio’s “lazy” campaign has relied on his pre-k tax proposal. (NY Post)
  • Charter schools are once again emerging as a major issue in the mayoral race.  (GothamSchools)
  • Confusion has fueled some push-back against new learning standards. (Times Union)
  • Caught on tape: Disruptive moments in education activism. (GothamSchools)
  • As expected, the city approved plans to open a host of schools. (GothamSchools, NY1Daily News)
  • Bard College is offering free college credits for eligible students at Promise Academy. (News)
  • A Flushing school that went all-vegetarian last year says its already seen a difference. (News)