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the teacher pipeline

Just 6 percent of recent applicants for New York City teaching jobs were men of color, an imbalance the city's new NYC Men Teach initiative is working to address. Washington Post

common core report reaction

Editorial: Gov. Cuomo will have failed if he allows high standards and "real talk" about student performance to be replaced with "happy talk" designed to calm parents and teachers unions. New York Daily News

Robert Pondiscio says Gov. Cuomo appears to lack "the cojones to hold the line on higher expectations." New York Daily News

Education professor David Bloomfield says that by selecting Brooklyn’s P.S. 173 as the case study for its report, Cuomo's task force endorsed stable leadership and collaborative teaching. New York Daily News

School safety

The Lehman campus in the Bronx was in disarray two weeks ago, with students allegedly pulling fire alarms every day, prompting students to head home instead of facing the long lines to re-enter the building through its metal detectors. Bronx Times

Turnaround Tactics

The principal of J.H.S. 50 in Williamsburg, a Renewal school, says that extending the school day from 2:40 to 4 p.m. and adding electives like debate, podcasting, and crocheting has been a big success. DNAinfo

money trouble

Starting Point Services, a Brooklyn preschool company, improperly billed the state for $2.6 million, according to a new audit. New York Times, New York Daily News, New York Post

School Holiday wars

The principal of Brooklyn's P.S. 169 has irked staffers and some parents by banning depictions of Santa. New York Post

back in the day

Columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley argues for bringing back a two-tiered diploma system to better indicate which students have a true grasp of the material on Regents exams. New York Post

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