- Tonight’s PEP meeting on the fate of 13 schools could go longer than Tuesday’s. (Daily News, WNYC)
- More than 3,000 students are adjusting to the news that their schools will be closed. (Post)
- Plans are already in place for IBM to open a new school to replace Paul Robeson HS. (NY1)
- The Daily News says the PEP can’t do its job if its meetings feel like wrestling matches.
- Mayor Bloomberg’s pension proposal would bar teachers from getting checks before age 65. (Times)
- A poll done for Education Reform Now found that New York voters oppose “last in, first out” rules. (Post)
- The Post says fighting “last in, first out” is a worthier battle for Bloomberg than pushing for more money.
- State Assemblyman Jonathan Bing reiterates his case against seniority layoff rules. (Post)
- Andrea Peyser: Minority parents are hurting their own kids by opposing the new Millennium HS. (Post)