- The city’s revised school capital plan shifts spending from physical buildings to technology. (NY1)
- The Board of Regents voted to closed a year-old Bronx charter school in financial trouble. (Post, NY1)
- The state teachers union says it might sue over test-score-heavy teacher evaluation rules. (WNYC)
- Educators 4 Excellence’s founders say using test scores to judge teachers is just fine. (Daily News)
- Teacher Arthur Goldstein says test scores miss a lot of what makes good teaching. (Daily News)
- The Post says John King’s big challenge is wresting the State Ed Department from teachers unions.
- Parents at PS 9 are trying to stop a charter school from moving in. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
- Teenagers who burned PS 29’s playground say they were making a YouTube film. (Brooklyn Paper)