• Former Klein deputy Chris Cerf will be New Jersey’s education commissioner. (WSJ, Star-Ledger)
  • Students rallied in favor of a City Council bill to change how school safety incidents are reported. (NY1)
  • City Council could vote on the long-idle bill as early as Monday. (WNYC)
  • A Greenwich Village parent sued to stop the Children’s Aid Society from moving its preschool. (WSJ)
  • The Ca. Board of Ed. called for an investigation into the Compton parent trigger campaign. (L.A. Times)
  • Michelle Rhee says Cathie Black’s lack of education experience shouldn’t disqualify her. (Post)
  • D.C.’s interim chancellor says she will review union concerns over teacher ratings. (Washington Times)
  • Some parents at closing Boston schools say they may leave the public schools entirely. (Boston Globe)