- Eva Moskowitz: Bill de Blasio’s charter school opposition doesn’t square with his choice as a parent.
- Michael Mulgrew lays out a series of ways to change the city’s “test-driven culture.” (Daily News)
- A judge ruled that wage cuts be restored for school bus drivers amid contract talks. (Daily News)
- Mayoral candidates panned school co-location plans that they’d inherit if elected. (GothamSchools)
- Parents also expressed disapproval of the plans, saying they wanted their voices heard. (Schoolbook)
- Two mayoral candidates say they’d fight against state plans to share student data. (News)
- The city’s war on truancy now includes prosecutors and NYPD. (GothamSchools, News, Post)
- Newsday credits Bill Thompson’s and experience in the city’s school system in its endorsement.
- Some parents aren’t adjusting well to the later-than-normal start to the school year. (NY Times)
- Once in doubt, a school for at-risk students conceived by two upstate districts will open. (Times Union)
- Eric Lowry says an attempt to block Louisiana school vouchers would stymie integration.
Rise & Shine: De Blasio's views on charter schools under attack
By Geoff Decker