• Families are trying to stop city schools from sending misbehaving students to emergency rooms. (WSJ)
  • Making peace in schools while also narrowing gaps is a tough task for Mayor-elect de Blasio. (NY Mag)
  • Dozens of principals are lobbying de Blasio to shift from Bloomberg-era education policies. (Daily News)
  • Eloise Thompson, a math teacher at Dewitt Clinton HS, is among this year’s Sloan award winners. (NY1)
  • Saying the state hasn’t addressed concerns, three dozen school districts have opted out of inBloom. (AP)
  • State education chief John King said he isn’t confident that Buffalo’s schools can improve. (Buffalo News)
  • The heads of tech groups say the city needs to invest more in science and math education. (Daily News)
  • Liberty High School was evacuated Friday after a graduate allegedly attacked safety agents. (Post)
  • Community colleges across the country are asking students to choose a single path from the start. (WSJ)
  • A coalition of colleges is working to make it easier for top community college students to transfer. (Times)
  • In a lawsuit, parents are alleging that the private Brooklyn Waldorf School head is a witch doctor. (Post)