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Fariña announces plans to close a struggling Bronx high school

One day after the city’s education policymaking panel voted to close three schools, Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced plans to shutter another one: Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies, which is a part of the city’s “Renewal” turnaround program. The decision didn't sit well with some of de Blasio's typical allies. Read more.

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City officials want to close Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies in the Bronx at the end of this school year, citing its low enrollment and a graduation rate that has hovered around 45 percent. Chalkbeat, DNAinfo, NY1, New York Daily News

School safety

Charter school advocates and the union-backed Alliance for Quality Education each held press conferences about school safety on Thursday, continuing a larger debate over the quality of the city's schools. Politico New York, New York Daily News

The mother of the seven-year-old boy whose teacher at P.S. 194 was charged with assault plans to sue the city. DNAinfo

fire alarm

An electrical fire caused the Washington Irving building, which now houses six schools in Manhattan, to lose power Thursday night. NBC New York

moving forward

Parents at M.S. 442 in Carroll Gardens are frustrated that they don't know more about plans to relocate their school. DNAinfo

a national perspective

During a confirmation hearing Thursday, former New York education chief John King told senators that his experience as taught him "that the best ideas come from classrooms, not conference rooms." Associated Press

DACA policy

Undocumented immigrants in New York will be allowed to apply for their teacher certification and other professional licenses under a new policy voted on by the Board of Regents. Staten Island Advance, New York Post

vergara, the latest

The California fight over the future of teacher tenure went to appeals court on Thursday, where one lawyer described “the dance of the lemons" and both sides said the arguments went their way. New York Times

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