Here's your daily look at five stories to know about:
1. Ramos out at SRC: School Reform Commission chairman Pedro Ramos has resigned, citing "recent, unexpected" family concerns. The resignation causes further turmoil for the Philadelphia School District, and it remains unclear who will head the SRC or when Gov. Corbett will nominate a permanent replacement.
2. Chesco texts scandal: The district attorney in Chester County says officials in the Coatesville Area School District are obstructing his probe into the district's finances. District Attorney Thomas Hogan acknowledged that his office was investigating potential overbilling and fraud after racist text messages sent by district officials thrust Coatesville into the national spotlight. The school board is slated to meet tonight, and Hogan says members must decide if they will cooperate.
3. Same-sex marriage in N.J.: Gay couples across New Jersey have begun tying the knot after same-sex marriage became legal in the state Monday. Gov. Chris Christie has withdrawn his appeal of of a judge's decision allowing same-sex marriage, a decision with major political implications for the governor, a potential 2016 presidential candidate.