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Rise & Shine: City says closures possible next year as Tisch blasts Renewal goals

Friday, Dec. 4, 2015
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Things are getting heated between the state and the city on the topic of the city's Renewal turnaround program. And while the city has long said it will consider closing schools that don't improve, officials indicated yesterday that some of those decisions could be made soon. This morning's story is a must-read.

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After Tisch attacks Renewal goals, city says school closures possible next year

“At some point, everyone has to stop being ridiculous,” Merryl Tisch, New York’s top education official, said Thursday, referencing the goals for some of the schools in the city's turnaround program. In response, a city education spokeswoman said officials are considering "the difficult decision" to shutter some schools next year.

As city promotes dual-language programs, it selects 15 as models

Chancellor Carmen Fariña, the bilingual daughter of Spanish immigrants, has pushed to expand the number of dual-language programs across the city. The model programs will get $10,000 each. Read more.
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Renewal under the microscope

Outgoing state Board of Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch took a swipe at New York City’s school-improvement program Thursday, saying the city is setting “ridiculous” goals. A city spokeswoman hit back, saying their goals are more rigorous than the state's — and that the city is considering shuttering some schools next year. Chalkbeat

Chalkbeat's ongoing reporting on the "Renewal" program's goals has raised questions among advocates and prompted the city to reverse course, promising to post schools' goals online and to create more difficult goals for schools that have already met their three-year targets. New York Daily News, Politico New York (pro)

education politics

Gov. Cuomo's task force is expected to deliver its report, which might also weigh in on teacher evaluations, within 10 days. Wall Street Journal

As a new legislative session approaches, with mayoral control of New York City schools again on the line, a recent Cuomo-Mayor Bill de Blasio dinner reportedly didn't do much to end their feud. Wall Street Journal

the dual-language push

Fifteen schools with outstanding dual-language programs will get $10,000 to boost instruction and will serve as models for the growing number of schools interested in helping students become fluent in more than one language. Chalkbeat, New York Daily News

information gap

Too often, eighth graders with disabilities go through the high school application process without information about whether schools will be truly able to meet their needs, IncludeNYC staffers write. Insideschools

questions about the compromise

Columnist Juan Gonzalez: Why should taxpayers have to spend $20 million on security for the city's private schools? New York Daily News

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