- The private program that pays students for passing AP tests is short on cash. (Daily News)
- The Observer praises Joel Klein’s citation of emergency powers to let a charter school expand.
- The College Board plans to do away with penalties for guessing on its tests. (USA Today)
- Across the country, the move toward healthier, more sustainable school lunches continues. (USA Today)
- Denver’s former superintendent, Michael Bennet, survived a primary challenge as senator. (Times)