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Rise & Shine: What will the state's new graduation policy mean for schools? Principals aren't sure

Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2016
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Good morning! Some exciting meta-news to share today: Starting this week, I’m moving into a new role as Chalkbeat’s first national editor, where I’ll be working on a variety of efforts to reach new readers.

Taking over as New York bureau chief is Cassi Feldman, who is joining us from CBS News’ 60 Minutes, where she was an associate producer. Before that, she was a senior editor at City Limits magazine and a staff reporter at the San Francisco Bay Guardian, where she reported on housing and homelessness. You may also have seen her work in the New York Times or Newsday.

Cassi is also an incoming pre-K parent, the product of the city’s public schools, and the daughter of retired DOE employees. We’re thrilled to have her. You can say hi at cfeldman[at]chalkbeat.org

To those of you who've responded to the newsletter with ideas (and sometimes complaints!) over the last two years, thank you! It's been a blast.
 
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CHANGING THE GAME Principals had mixed reactions to a last-minute state decision that could help thousands of disabilities graduate unexpectedly this year, but the main sentiment was confusion. “I’m sitting on the sidelines waiting to see what [the requirements] will look like,” said one principal. “I have no sense at all.” Chalkbeat

SHOW ME THE MONEY The city has not yet promised to pick up the tab for $6 million in community schools funding that expires at the end of June, frustrating advocates who are beginning to question Mayor Bill de Blasio's long-term commitment to the program. Chalkbeat, SchoolBook

I'M JUST A BILL The Senate introduced another bill that would extend mayoral control for three years, but it has elements that make it a non-starter for Assembly leaders. Chalkbeat, Politico New York

Assembly Speak Carl Heastie condemned the bill saying, "we're just not entertaining anything with bells and whistles in it." Politico New York

HELP WANTED Read about the state's latest move to fight a shortage of career and technical education teachers by making it a little easier for prospective educators to get into classrooms. Chalkbeat

SURREAL Nikole Hannah-Jones explains what it was like to be in the middle of an unfolding story about school segregation that she was covering. New York Times

COLLEGE BEHIND BARS The Manhattan district attorney's office, through an agreement with the state, has allocated $7.5 million in funds for college programs at prisons. Wall Street Journal

IT'S A DEAL East Ramapo schools will be monitored for another year and receive $3 million for academic improvement, according to lawmakers. Wall Street Journal

TOUGH LUCK Mayor Bill de Blasio had unfortunate timing when he stumbled into a StudentsFirstNY rally demanding more transparency from the mayor about what happens with unassigned teachers. New York Post

THIRD TIME, NO CHARM A judge dealt another blow to Success Academy by ruling that the city can regulate its pre-K classes. New York Daily News

GET READY TO CODE Google and a library in Queens are working to help students learn to code. DNAinfo

IT'S SETTLED A teacher at a school in Queens secured a $125,000 settlement after suffering injuries from students. DNAinfo

IT TAKES TWO Two Staten Island schools will participate in the city's "College Access for All" initiative, part of the mayor's Equity and Excellence education plan. Staten Island Advance

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