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Thursday, Apr. 7, 2016
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Good morning, and good luck to those of you in state testing mode today! 

Some congratulations are in order today, too: Patrick was just named a Spencer Education Journalism Fellow for 2016-17, which means he'll get to spend the next school year at Columbia working on a big reporting project about school segregation.

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Missing and unlabeled pages on state English exams cause confusion

The pages designated for students to use to plan their essays were missing for some grades and mislabeled for others, though the test instructions still told students to take advantage of that space. Schools received notice of the errors as testing was beginning — but it didn't trickle down to all teachers. Read more.

How mindfulness improves testing days for me — and for my students

Proctoring can be extremely boring, especially compared to regular patterns of constant interaction with very active young people. Librarian Joanie Terrizzi offers tips for school staffers and students, too. Read more.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

a scrap-paper scramble

Missing or unlabeled scrap pages in test booklets gave some New York students a confusing start to the second day of state English exams on Wednesday. Chalkbeat

The state says the tests are still valid. Buffalo News

taking it to the courts

A group of families backed by Families for Excellent Schools has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Education, alleging that the city's inadequate response to violence has deprived their children of their right to a public education. Buzzfeed

The parents of students involved in the suit will rally outside the education department headquarters downtown on Thursday. NY1, New York Post

playing politics?

New York City is stalling its promised investigation into the education being offered by ultra-Orthodox yeshivas, according to a group of parents and former students. New York Times, Wall Street Journal

write like you're running out of time

"Hamilton" musical creator Lin-Manuel Miranda spent time with students at Bronx Theatre High School this week, telling them that when inspiration strikes, they have to be prepared to drop everything. Wall Street Journal

friends in high places

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi praised New York City's pre-K program during a visit to P.S. 123 in Bushwick. New York Daily News

language learners

Schools opening new dual-language and transitional bilingual classes will get ongoing training and classroom libraries in various languages, Carmen Fariña writes. Staten Island Advance

in the zone?

Lower Manhattan parents are still concerned about where the zone lines will be drawn for 75 Morton, a new middle school in District 2. DNAinfo

healthy schools

The Bronx borough president wants the city to post information online about the results of tests for PCBs in the air in schools. New York Daily News

P.S. 145 and West Prep Academy, which share a building on the Upper West Side, successfully fought to keep a large gas meter from being installed above ground in front of the building entrance. DNAinfo

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