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Rise & Shine: An education inspector? No thanks, many say

Wednesday, Jun. 8, 2016
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Good morning! As the legislative session inches closer to its conclusion, the debate about mayoral control — and whether Mayor de Blasio needs any additional oversight — is continuing. Also on deck this morning: what the leader of the national community-schools movement thinks about New York, federal complaints about the city's handling of student sex-assult allegations, and a few more perspectives on the right ways to better integrate schools. 
— Sarah

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

TISCH SPEAKS OUT Merryl Tisch says Gov. Cuomo needs to catch his breath and stop insulting state education officials over the rollout of the Common Core standards. Politico New York

The former chancellor of the Board of Regents also calls the State Senate's proposed education inspector "an ill-conceived idea that defeats the purpose of mayoral control." New York Daily News

The Daily News' editorial board agrees: A second-guessing inspector is bureaucracy the city doesn't need.

STUDENT SAFETY Recent complaints filed with the federal Office for Civil Rights allege that New York City's education department has a pattern of discrediting black and poor student victims of sexual assault. New York Times, New York Post

THE NATIONAL CONVERSATION In a Q&A, Martin Blank, who leads the national Coalition for Community Schools, says that other cities are watching Mayor de Blasio's efforts closely — and that he's still worried about community schools being blamed for lackluster school turnarounds. Chalkbeat

STUDENTS SAY ... Magnet schools aren't the answer to the city's segregated schools, some students say, but a diversity council and a more inclusive curriculum could help. SchoolBook

THE TEACHING WORKFORCE New York's teacher credentialing system unnecessarily narrows the field, write Dropout Nation RiShawn Biddle and Jeremy Lott, who argue that the state should make it easier for professionals with other degrees to become teachers. New York Daily News

A CHARTER'S SOLUTIONS Brooklyn's Community Roots Charter School is diverse by design, though its leaders are still trying to make its socioeconomic mix track closer to the district's demographics. SchoolBook

CHANGE AT THE TOP Brownsville's District 23 is getting a new superintendent: Dr. Miatheresa Pate, the current deputy leader and a former principal of Queens' I.S. 109. DNAinfo

HOMETOWN HERO NOMINEE Daryl Ware, a teacher at J.H.S. 189 in Flushing, stages elaborate musicals with his students that parents say are transformative. New York Daily News

WHOOPS Most of the fitness reports given to families this year may have put students in the wrong category — identifying healthy students as needing improvement and vice versa. New York Daily News


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