- Dozens of students could be implicated in a cheating ring at Stuyvesant HS. (Daily News, Post, WSJ)
- Michael Powell: After a Success Academy moved into P.S. 30, it took control of the building. (Times)
- An ex-principal barred from work in city schools was hired to head a Bronx charter school. (Daily News)
- The father of a girl who died under the ex-principal’s watch says he should get another shot. (Daily News)
- A baseball coach suspended for illicitly recruiting a student to George Washington HS will return. (Times)
- A budget deal saved child-care spots and school aide jobs. (GothamSchools, Times, NY1, WSJ, Post)
- Parents are frantically fundraising after Brooklyn’s P.S. 9 lost some federal funds. (GothamSchools)
- City parents say they are pitching in more often to boost their schools’ strapped budgets. (SchoolBook)
- A former New Yorker who was pushed out of L.A.’s schools will help Buffalo’s system turn around. (AP)
Families and educators can’t plan for next year without answers to some important questions.
The SEED program aims to help students who have sensory issues that are “dramatically impacting their school performance.”
Many organizations will face tough decisions about laying off staff and cutting back services that have been a cornerstone of the city’s much-lauded Community Schools program.