UNCERTAIN FUTURE Under the state’s receivership law, one struggling Bronx school could be merged, closed or taken over by an outside manager. Though the city sent a letter to the state with a proposal on Tuesday, the the school community has no idea which option is on the table. Chalkbeat

SPACE WARS Success Academy is paying $68 million for school space in the base of a residential tower on Manhattan’s West Side. Wall Street Journal, NY1, New York Times, New York Daily News

FRESH START Opinion: Leaders like Mayor de Blasio are ignoring innovation taking place in charter schools, which is highlighted by a set of schools recently approved by the state, writes Andrea Rogers, New York state director for the Northeast Charter School Network. New York Post

SLOW PROGRESS A controversial rezoning plan in Brooklyn has done little to integrate schools so far. Gothamist

CONGRATS Three educators from Queens were honored with a prestigious teaching award. Queens Tribune

CRASH COURSE Three small children were injured in a bus crash in Brooklyn. New York PostNew York Daily News

BAD CHOICE The high school student accused of assaulting his principal said he “lost control” after the principal acted in an aggressive manor. DNAinfo

NEW DIGS Developers are planning to construct a building in East Harlem that will have new school space. DNAinfo 

Activists in District 15 will meet with the School Construction Authority to ask for more schools. Patch 

WORDS HURT A man yelled a derogatory message at a group of children standing outside a school in Bedford-Stuyvesant. New York Post

TENSE TIMES A student with a gun forced a Brooklyn school into lockdown. New York Post