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Friday, Aug. 19, 2016
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Happy Friday! Here's a roundup of education news to get you to the weekend. A series of graphs from a New York nonprofit show the difficulties homeless students face, and a teacher explains why he feels lucky to work in a school where discussions about race are a regular part of the curriculum. 
 
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Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

HOMELESS STUDENTS There are more homeless students in New York than there are students in all of Boston and Seattle’s school systems. Nine graphs from the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness — a New York-based nonprofit — show the difficulties these students face. Chalkbeat, Politico

FIRST PERSON At the private Bank Street School for Children in New York City, discussions about race are part of the formal curriculum -- just like math and reading. Teacher Dave Mortimer explains why he feels lucky to work at such a school. Chalkbeat

COURSE PREP The New York City Department of Education expanded its prep courses for middle school students to increase diversity at the city’s top high schools. WNYC

SOUR NOTE More than 7,000 people have signed an online petition claiming LaGuardia High School, the Manhattan performing arts school featured in the movie and TV series “Fame,” is emphasizing testing over the arts. New York Daily News

BULLYING TRAGEDY A 13-year old from Staten Island who committed suicide left behind a note that he was relentlessly bullied at school and no adults would help him. Troubles at home could have also played a role in his death. New York Daily News, Staten Island Advance

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