• Michael Goodwin: Actually, Chancellor Walcott doesn’t control school investigators after all. (Post)
  • Parents in Far Rockaway are protesting the city’s decision to deny their principal tenure. (Daily News)
  • A South Bronx charter school is crafting a new model for schools to serve students in foster care. (AP)
  • A mom says a Harlem Success academy pushed out her son, who has attention issues, in 2008. (Times)
  • City families are paying high prices to prepare their preschoolers for the gifted screening test. (Post)
  • Parents at Brooklyn’s PS 29 plan to confront their former PTA treasurer accused of stealing. (Daily News)
  • The UFT’s $2 million award for housing its charter school has some observers uneasy. (GothamSchools)
  • More than 1,200 families have applied for Chris Whittle’s new private school, to open in 2012. (Times)
  • Stanley Crouch: New Yorkers are growing weary of the NAACP’s Hazel Dukes. (Daily News)
  • Nationally, vocational programs in high schools are under threat from falling budgets. (Times)
  • Laid-off teachers in Chicago staged an art exhibit of works showcasing their feelings. (Times)
  • In Texas, the school personnel responsible for rolling out new exams have all been cut. (Times)