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Rise & Shine: Farina links 'Algebra for All' to equity

Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016
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Good morning! There's good news for Mayor Bill de Blasio today. A new study from NYU shows that students attending public preschool are more likely to take the city's gifted and talented admissions test.

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75 schools will overhaul math teaching, a move Fariña says will reduce inequality 

Speaking to a group of principals and teachers, Chancellor Carmen Fariña expressed her support for the city's "Algebra for All" initiative. Read more 

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

equity and excellence

Chancellor Carmen Fariña spoke to a group of principals and teachers committed to taking the first steps in the city's "Algebra for All" effort. She explained why she thinks improving math instruction is a crucial to achieving equity among schools. Chalkbeat

pre-K participation

A new NYU study shows that students were nearly five times as likely to take the city's gifted and talented if they went to public pre-K. NY1

Integration conversation

The co-founder of Urban Assembly Unison School writes that segregation still exists in city schools. The progress her students have made shows the potential they would have with a more level playing field. Vox

making a comeback

Former schools Chancellor Rudy Crew is spearheading an initiative to help 80 struggling schools in Brooklyn through professional development, Friday afternoon college classes, and support for parents on the weekends, writes Juan Gonzalez. New York Daily News

turning words into action

Despite a growing interest in school integration, it is often difficult to figure out how to combat school segregation. The Atlantic

Frank's gallery

Here is the story of one teacher who helped a student become engaged in English class through artwork. UFT

closing charters

Of the three charter schools that the city announced it will close next year, two are represented by the teachers union, writes Campbell Brown, an advocate and the co-founder of The 74, an education news site. New York Post

bye bye bendit

Bandit's departure from the Board of Regents is another sign that the state's policymaking body could be headed in a new direction. SchoolBook, Chalkbeat (Feb. 15)

more on success

Some Success Academy parents are defending the charter network after a the recent video published by the New York Times shows a teacher who becomes upset after a student incorrectly solves a math problem. Business Insider

school segregation

Neighborhoods like Chinatown have some of the most segregated schools in the city with around 90 percent Asian students. City Limits

tampon talk

City councilwoman Julissa Ferrera-Copeland wants to provide free tampons in city high schools. Currently, girls must bring their own to school or go to the nurse's office. Staten Island Advance

Clinton watch

Speaking in Harlem, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged schools to end harsh school discipline policies that disproportionately affect students of color. Wall Street Journal

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Check out this video of students saying goodbye to a beloved dean and teacher in Staten Island. 

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