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Rise & Shine: Few fireworks as de Blasio asks lawmakers to renew mayoral control

Thursday, May. 5, 2016
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Good morning! Read about Mayor de Blasio's latest trip to Albany to seek an extension of control of the city's schools. That didn't go so well last year, when skeptical state lawmakers gave him a one-year renewal rather than the permanent extension he originally sought. But while the outcome of his latest visit remains to be seen, Wednesday's hearing was far less hostile than some expected.

Also, read about the chancellor's now-familiar refrain to parents seeking more integrated schools: Schools just need to market themselves better. Enjoy!
— Patrick

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De Blasio faces little pushback at first mayoral control hearing

In what felt like political déjà vu, Mayor Bill de Blasio returned to Albany Wednesday to plead for continued control of city schools, encountering a slightly friendlier audience than he did last year. Read more.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

Control Seek

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Fariña appealed to members of the Republican-dominated State Senate Wednesday to extend the mayor's control of the city school system for seven years. Defying expectations, the lawmakers did not use the four-hour hearing to grill de Blasio about the various investigations swirling around City Hall. Chalkbeat, Politico New York, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News, New York Post, NY1

integration through marketing

In order to integrate, individual schools should "re-brand" and market themselves to their "consumers," Chancellor Fariña said at a town hall meeting in a gentrifying Brooklyn district on Tuesday. Schoolbook

drawing the lines

Some parents aren't happy with the catchment area that has been drawn around a new West Village middle school, which will admit students from Battery Park City, TriBeCa and up to 59th Street on Manhattan's west side. DNAinfo

water safety

Water from taps in 35 public school buildings on Staten Island had elevated levels of lead in tests this year, though the city says the water is safe to drink. Staten Island Advance

kindergarten crunch

Dozens of parents in a Queens neighborhood with crowded public schools were put on a waiting list for kindergarten spots. DNAinfo

the effects of poverty

According to some brain researchers, children's daily exposure to poverty and chronic stress can be "like playing football without a helmet; everyday life causes social concussions." New York Times


Op-Ed: City Council members write that because of low pay, there are many early childhood educators in the city "who live off food stamps, who are unable to pay rent or who can’t afford health insurance." New York Daily News

Extra credit

~A dozen fifth-graders from La Cima Elementary Charter School in Brooklyn traveled to Paris over spring break, where they met with the American ambassador to France at the U.S. embassy.

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