• The governor ordered police to investigate alleged anti-Semitism in an upstate district. (GS in Brief)
  • Many wished Diane Ravitch a speedy recovery after she shared some bad news. (Diane Ravitch)
  • The agency that denied GothamSchools early access to NAEP scores defended its call. (EdWeek)
  • Some parents pretend to photograph bullies, while others tell their kids to fight back. (Motherlode)
  • Public figures say edu-debates are about the children — until they unleash personal digs. (Politico)
  • Conn. superintendent Paul Vallas will enter the Ill. governor’s race as a running mate. (Ward Room)
  • School districts nationwide are turning to public-private partnerships to save recess. (NPR)
  • A petition wants de Blasio to include the public in his schools-chancellor selection. (Class Size Matters)
  • A soup-to-nuts dossier on the education career of a possible pick for chancellor. (NYC PSP)