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Rise & Shine: Principals ask for more state education funding

Friday, Mar. 25, 2016
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Good morning! As you head into the weekend, here's your last education news roundup for the week.

Across the state, advocates and educators are making a final push for state school funding as lawmakers near a budget deal. Principals, CUNY supporters, charter schools, and even Cynthia Nixon are adding their voices to the battle. If the state passes another on-time budget, they should have their answers by next week.
— Monica

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36 principals join public push for funds, saying gaps hurt special ed, English learners 

A group of principals are adding their voices to the brewing budget negotiations in Albany. Here's how they would use extra state funding. Read more

Fight continues for 31,000 summer program slots, but city says funding was one-time-only

Advocates are hoping to secure funding for summer programs again this year, but they face an uphill battle with the city. Read more

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Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

who rules the schools

The State Senate has scheduled two public hearings in May on mayoral control of the city's schools, which expires in June. New York Daily News, Gotham Gazette

CUNY & Cuomo

Gov. Cuomo agreed Thursday that the state would fully fund CUNY, retreating from his push to shift millions in costs onto the city. New York Daily News

That cost-shifting plan had prompted unusually sharp, and loud, criticism from lawmakers, educators, and advocates. New York Times

Protestors were arrested outside Cuomo's Manhattan office on Thursday. DNAinfo, SchoolBook

funding fights heat up

36 principals signed onto a letter to Gov. Cuomo asking for the state to fulfill its education funding obligations, and Chalkbeat asked them how they would spend that money. Chalkbeat

Actress Cynthia Nixon has also publicly called on Cuomo to increase state aid for education. Politico New York

Advocates aren't giving up on a push to fund more than 30,000 summer program slots for middle school students, though the city has insisted the funds aren't coming. Chalkbeat, NY1

Queens charter school parents rallied Thursday in support of changes to the state's charter school funding formulas. DNAinfo

making it official

The new director of The Fund for Public Schools is Sarah Troup Geisenheimer, a former associate director at the Rockefeller Foundation who has been leading the organization on an interim basis. Wall Street Journal

water safety worries

The city has tweaked its database showing results of schools' water tests to specify when elevated lead levels were found. DNAinfo

an 'antidote to bureaucracy'

Eva Moskowitz: I won't sign the city's pre-K contract because charter schools because doing so brings us "back to an educational monopoly." New York Daily News

keeping track

For the first time, the city is providing a version of the school calendar that can be downloaded into a calendar app. New York Daily News

Space Crunch

Panel for Educational Policy member Isaac Carmignani: City officials, the School Construction Authority, and the education council in District 30 are all working together to find solutions to overcrowding in that district. Queens Chronicle

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