- Curriculum will not be managed centrally after a new city DOE reorganization. (GothamSchools, Times)
- Union officials and others are upset about the changes’ cost in a tight budget year. (Post, NY1)
- Minority students at charter schools were more likely to get into specialized high schools. (Post)
- The Post says State Sen. John Sampson is backing down on his proposed charter school special ed bill.
- A fact-finder ruled last week against a Bronx Science dean accused of harassment. (Riverdale Press)
- Middle-class Brooklyn areas are losing city-funded after school programs. (Brooklyn Paper, Courier-Life)
- Student test scores will soon figure into New Haven teachers’ evaluation results. (New Haven Register)
- Teachers at failing Boston schools had until yesterday to apply to keep their jobs. (Boston Globe)