- Penn. officials halved the number of Philadelphia schools needing cheating investigations. (Inquirer)
- More than 100 schools in Los Angeles are piloting a tougher teacher evaluation system. (L.A. Times)
- The city’s Panel for Educational Policy is often asked to vote on contracts it hasn’t seen. (GothamSchools)
- Donors allow the Armory Foundation to give track coaching and study help to city students. (WSJ)
- The Daily News praises the legal decision that allowed Upper West Success to open as planned.
- In a survey, New Jersey’s superintendents panned the state’s education department. (Times, Spotlight)