NEW RULES Transfer high schools will get extra oversight during their admissions process in an effort to make sure some of the city’s most vulnerable students aren’t turned away. Chalkbeat

DEAL OR NO DEAL A new element of the city’s mayoral control deal will allow the reuse of 22 charters that have been revoked or surrendered, according to sources families with the matter. Wall Street Journal

Earlier in the day, city officials said a charter school “deal” was in the works. We looked at whether past fights could provide clues about negotiations. Chalkbeat

Q&A Jamel Burgess discusses his path from Brooklyn teen to helping students get to college. Chalkbeat

CLASS SIZE MATTERS Public Advocate Letitia James and advocate Leonie Haimson were among those who filed a compliant to the state arguing the city has not stuck to a plan to shrink class sizes. New York Daily News

SUMMER SCHOOL Fewer students are attending summer school, the result of a new rule that requires more than a state exam to judge which students must attend summer classes. NY1, Chalkbeat (June 30)

SUMMER MEALS Students across the state can get free meals at some churches and schools this summer. Journal News

BOOK BRAWL A new book is causing a stir by arguing the charter school movement is over-regulated, hyper-focused on tests and dismissive of families. Chalkbeat