SCHOOL CHOICE Chancellor Betty Rosa will visit Success Academy Bronx 2 on the first day of school — an unexpected choice after months of tension between the State Education Department, Success Academy’s authorizer, and to lesser extent, Success Academy itself. Chalkbeat

MAKING PLANS The United Federation of Teachers is reportedly planning for potential budget cuts while awaiting the outcome of a Supreme Court ruling regarding union dues. New York Post

COUNCIL RACE A school rezoning meant, in part, to integrate Upper West Side schools could be having an impact on the district’s City Council race. City Limits

BY THE NUMBERS At 32 elementary and middle schools, proficiency on state exams hasn’t budged passed 10 percent of students for the last four years. New York Post

SERVICE DENIED City data shows that students in the Bronx and Brooklyn are the most likely to go without special education services they’re entitled to. New York Daily News

BACK IN SCHOOL Here’s how parents, students and businesses in the Bronx are getting ready to go back to school. City Limits

CRYING FOWL Chicken legs that possibly contained bits of metal were donated to the homeless after the education department pulled the poultry from school cafeterias. New York Daily News

BRAND REP Teachers are being courted as brand ambassadors for tech products, raising questions about conflict of interest in the classroom. New York Times

LIVING THE DREAM With Trump reportedly considering an end to DACA, which provides protections to undocumented immigrants brought to the country when they were children, a Baruch College student who is also a Dreamer reflects on what a repeal would mean for him. New York Times

BREAK IT DOWN Here’s what the repeal of DACA would mean — and what it wouldn’t — for Dreamers. New York Times

READY FOR BATTLE Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman all threatened legal action if Trump moves to end DACA. NY1Politico

LET’S MAKE A DEAL Opinion: With DACA likely to end, it’s up to Congress to come up with a compromise. New York Post

SAVE THE DATE The school year begins Thursday. Here’s this year’s calendar. Staten Island Advance