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Rise & Shine: Eighth-graders who are still hunting for a high school tell their stories

Friday, Mar. 18, 2016
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Happy Friday! As you end the week, check out some great photos and stories of students trying to make their way through the ever-stressful second round of high school admissions.

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In their own words: Voices of high school admissions, round two

When New York City students don’t get matched to a high school in the first round of admissions, or they’re unhappy with their match, they must try again in round two, though the pool of potential seats is more limited. Here are the stories of some eighth-graders making a go at it. Read more.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

Round Two

Most New York City eighth-graders received high school placement offers earlier this month, but about 7 percent of those students were left without a match. Those unlucky students, along with any who were unhappy with their offers, are now scrambling to find a school during Round Two of the high school admissions process. Chalkbeat

School safety

A 15-year-old boy was arrested on Thursday morning after taking a loaded gun to his high school in Queens, according to the police. The incident at York Early College Academy came just days after an 11-year-old boy brought a loaded pistol to P.S. 40, a nearby elementary school. New York Times, New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal

A student at the Marie Curie School for Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions in the Bronx was stabbed on Monday after an altercation with another student, the police said. Riverdale Press

back to school

The city has expanded a program aimed at getting men who didn't graduate from high school back into the classroom, men who all share the common connection of being young fathers. NY1

opt-out village

A deep dive into a small upstate village where 90 percent of students boycotted last year's state exams. Politico New York


Amid a citywide drop in kindergarten waitlists this year, and even with a new smaller zone, popular P.S. 154 ended up with a waitlist for the first time this year. DNAinfo

Only one Lower Manhattan school, P.S. 276, had a waitlist this year. DNAinfo

rising stars

Students at P.S. 69 in Jackson Heights walked down a "red" carpet Thursday morning and watched their classmates' movies as part of the Queens World Film Festival's Young Filmmakers program. DNAinfo

dueling stats

Op-ed: United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew says that charter school advocates are distorting and ignoring statistics to make district schools appear worse than charters. For instance, he said that those advocates have overlooked the fact that violent incidents increased twice as fast in charter schools from 2014 to 2015 as they did in district schools. New York Daily News


Editorial: The Journal News calls on State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia to bring some common sense back to state education policy, beginning by decoupling districts' teacher evaluation systems and the state aid they receive. Journal News

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