- More students dropped out than graduated in 2012 from transfer high schools for at-risk students. (Post)
- New York is using the city as a guinea pig to resolve teacher evaluation scoring issues. (GothamSchools)
- City-EPA emails suggest that PCB cleanup in schools isn’t always done according to rules. (Daily News)
- The New York Times outlines key education policy challenges for Mayor Bloomberg’s successor.
- The Achievement First charter school network is working to cut down on suspensions. (Hartford Courant)
- The principal of East Harlem’s P.S. 102 earned an award nod for pet therapy and more. (Daily News)
- Peripatetic schools chief Paul Vallas has run into troubles over his credentials in Bridgeport, Conn. (WSJ)
- Insurers are telling districts they won’t cover liability if teachers carry guns, as some states allow. (Times)