DEADLINE PASSED Three New York City schools might face outside takeover this year, but nearly a month into the school year, the state still hasn’t told them their fate. Chalkbeat

MONEY MARCH Supporters of the Campaign for Fiscal Equity are marching 150 miles from New York City to Albany. It isn’t the first time they’ve called attention to the billions in school funding they say schools are owed under a 2006 settlement, but could changing political winds help promote their cause? Chalkbeat

Along the way, walkers stopped at Yonkers City Hall for a news conference. Journal News

PRE-K PROGRAM A pre-K program that implements training for parents on how to help children regulate their emotions improved behavioral and academic skills for young students. Chalkbeat, Reuters

LEAVING THE NEST A program called ASD Nest, which aims to keep students with autism in regular classrooms, has its first wave of students that have been with the program from kindergarten through high school. SchoolBook

BAD APPLE The principal at P.S. 24 in Riverdale has been removed from her position after she allegedly tried to keep black and Hispanic students from enrolling in the elementary school. New York Daily News

FINDING A CURE Editorial: Studies cast doubt on whether pre-K is a “miracle cure” for low-income students. New York Post

MUSIC WOMAN The principal of the Upper West Side’s Special Music School explained how the school makes music an integral part of the school day. DNAinfo

MIDDLE SCHOOL MOVE A middle school in Carroll Gardens that has a successful program for students with autism may move to Windsor Terrace next year. DNAinfo

FOR TUTORS A service called Clark helps tutors handle their administrative tasks. AM New York

STAYING HEALTHY New York’s health classes will now have to include information about mental health. Pix11