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Rise & Shine: City's feedback on teacher eval law warns of unintended consequences

Monday, May. 18, 2015

Rise & Shine

a reevaluation

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new evaluation law could mean more city teachers will earn a top rating, not fewer, city officials warned the state last month in a 14-page response to the new teacher-evaluation law.

the fight for control

Mayor de Blasio's agenda isn't being embraced in Albany, though he has a number of big priorities left to settle as the legislative session winds down, including control of the city's schools.

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan said he wants to see changes to the mayoral control law to require the city to provide "enough local funding to underperforming schools."

If de Blasio wants to retain control of the city’s schools, he would do well to offer charter schools some support, advocates said Friday.

policing pearson

UFT President Michael Mulgrew offers a wide-ranging critique of New York's state tests, arguing that they don't identify students' strengths and weaknesses and are shrouded in too much secrecy to be useful tools.

'We believe there’s a crisis'

Teachers looking to incorporate conversations about policing and race into their classrooms shared ideas at an NYU conference on Saturday.

policy priorities

Gov. Cuomo is continuing to heavily promote a plan that would offer tax credits to subsidize some students' tuition at private and religious schools.

The News' editorial board voices its support for the plan, describing it as "more choices for parents and more money for schools of all stripes."

diversity gap

Researcher Halley Potter: The city's universal pre-K plan is falling short when it comes to creating integrated classrooms.

aftermath of a tragedy

Students gathered to remember Dr. Derrick Griffith, the Medgar Evers College dean who died on the derailed Amtrak train and who also taught high school students through a program with Medgar Evers Preparatory.

new scrutiny

The principal of Brooklyn's P.S. 90, who earned media attention for forbidding students from singing “God Bless the U.S.A.,” is under investigation and has been reassigned.

Space Crunch

Some parents want school trailers, if it means their students will get to attend P.S. 144, a crowded elementary school in Forest Hills.

happy moments

A partnership between East Harlem's P.S. 146 and Fieldston, the private school, ended with a carnival on Friday.

teacher trouble

A tenth-grade teacher at the Dream Yard Preparatory school in the Bronx was charged with attempted rape.

The father of a seventh-grader who committed suicide last year is suing his daughter's teacher at Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School.

better than an apple

The Daily News is accepting nominations for the third round of its Hometown Heroes in Education awards.

On Chalkbeat NY

According to an analysis by the city Department of Education, the state’s new evaluation system is “drastically more” skewed toward awarding teachers the top rating when compared to the system New York City has used for the past two years. Recommendations to fix that and other suggestions were included in a lengthy letter from Chancellor Carmen Fariña to state officials that city officials kept under wraps for weeks.

Charter School Center CEO James Merriman challenged Mayor de Blasio to get behind the effort to raise the state’s cap on charter schools, saying it would “make his politics better” on issues like mayoral control. The request is unlikely to be granted, but shows that the charter sector is mobilizing with weeks left in the legislative session.

Plus, searching for the "golden era" of public education, affordable housing for teachers in Los Angeles, and more in our weekly roundup of education must-reads.

Extra Credit


Global Community Charter School students with some of the art that won the school a $1,000 prize through Art.com’s Art Sparks Learning campaign. (Photo courtesy of Charlotte Coseo)  

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