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Rise & Shine: More 'master' teachers to receive $60K bonuses

Monday, Mar. 14, 2016
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Up ahead in education news: A growing bonus program for teachers, a parting shot at the "Renewal" program from Merryl Tisch, and a proposal from two borough presidents to make school admissions more equitable. 
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Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

bonus points

The state is expanding its Master Teacher Program, a teacher retention program that offers $15,000 bonuses each year for four years. Associated Press

In 2014, 13 New York City teachers won the designation, which requires them to mentor other science and math teachers. Chalkbeat

questions about renewal

Outgoing Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch on the city's "Renewal" program: "I have always had my doubts ... I think people should become more impatient, more rapidly." Politico New York

Some of the schools that had their "persistently failing" label removed recently, like Automotive High School, saw only marginal academic improvement. New York Post

P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson, a Renewal school in central Harlem, is one of seven schools in the program to score higher on a state violence index in 2014-15 than the year before. New York Post

the path to Stuyvesant?

The Bronx and Brooklyn borough presidents: All pre-K students should be screened for admission into gifted and talented programs. New York Daily News

Editorial: The city must try to make its specialized high schools more diverse without scrapping the admissions test. New York Daily News

no more trips to the nurse

Students at middle and high schools in Queens' District 24 and the Bronx's District 9 will have access to free tampons and pads starting this month. New York Daily News

'credit where credit is due'

Four recent analyses by the IBO show that the city's charter schools are a "smashing success," writes New York City Charter Center CEO James Merriman. New York Post

a new system

Editorial: The Regents should be appointed by the governor, not the legislature, since that system has allowed the state's education policymaking body to return to being "under the thumb of the teachers unions." New York Post

Competitive advantage

The Brooklyn Sings competition, featuring students from James Madison, Edward R. Murrow and Midwood high schools, raised money for the American Cancer Society this weekend. NY1

next steps

Breakthrough New York, a program that helps students from low-income families graduate from college, is expanding into the Bronx. NY1

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