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Rise & Shine: Brooklyn charter school wins $10 million grant to rethink high school

Thursday, Sep. 15, 2016
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Good morning! In today's roundup, read about Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School, one of ten programs nationwide to win a $10 million grant to rethink high school education. The school's use of technology attracted attention from the White House and U.S. Department of Education this week, and during their visit we spoke with the country's ed tech chief about the challenges associated with using technology effectively in schools.

Also: If you want to meet education newsmakers, or the faces behind this newsletter, there's a good chance you'll enjoy our Back to School Social this coming Wednesday. Grab a ticket here!
— Alex

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

GRAND PRIZE Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School is one of 10 schools nationally to win a $10 million grant from the XQ Institute as part of a competition to rethink American high schools. Wall Street Journal, New York Times, SchoolBook

TECH TALK After touring Brooklyn Laboratory Charter School's new middle school campus, the U.S. Department of Education's ed tech chief spoke about the challenges of implementing technology in schools. Chalkbeat

HANDS-ON LEARNING Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's charity is giving $5.5 million to a youth apprenticeship program that aims to connect Colorado high school students with paid job training. Chalkbeat

APARTHEID SCHOOLS Can a series of pilot programs and school-specific diversity efforts help New York City overcome its history of school segregation? Village Voice

BATHROOM VICTORY After requests from parents and gender non-conforming students, LaGuardia High School will convert four male multi-stall bathrooms into gender-neutral bathrooms. New York Daily News

CROSS THIS WAY The city's transportation department released a hip-hop video collaboration with the education department to encourage students to walk safely. New York PostNew York Times, New York Daily News, New York 1

GIFTED AND TALENTED Opinion: The city should do more to expand access to gifted and talented programs for poor students, and require that every third-grader is screened for one using a universal assessment. New York Daily News

CHARTER SEATS Charter school advocates are asking the city to double the number of seats currently available to them. New York Post

BY THE NUMBERS Here are the lowest and highest performing schools in Staten Island, according to the latest round of state tests. Staten Island AdvanceStaten Island Advance

FREE BACKPACKS The NYPD will distribute 1,000 free backpacks — filled with school supplies — to elementary schoolers at P.S. 59 in Bed-Stuy and P.S. 151 in Bushwick later this month. Patch

IS REFORM HOPELESS? A group of experts explain why failure is so widespread in poor school districts, and what can be done to turn them around. New York Times

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