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Rise & Shine: These 62 schools could face a state takeover if they don't quickly improve

Friday, Jul. 17, 2015

Rise & Shine

Who's the boss?

The state named 62 New York City schools Thursday that have two years or less to make major improvements under a new state law, otherwise the city will be forced to hand over control to an outside manager.

The law, which was proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, represents another threat to Mayor Bill de Blasio's control of the city's schools. Last month, Cuomo and state lawmakers gave de Blasio a far shorter extension of mayoral control than he had sought.

learning partners

Chancellor Carmen Fariña is doubling the size of her signature school-collaboration initiative, and giving 10 principals $25,000 bonuses to facilitate school visits and provide other support to colleagues at different schools.

who runs the (education) world

The heads of the state and New York City education departments, the Board of Regents, the SUNY university system, the state teachers union, and other top education posts in New York are now held by women.

Hometown Heroes

A popular Queens English teacher works in the same building where she was once a student.

Inclusive Athletics

A statewide high school sports association is proposing guidelines that could make it easier for transgender students across New York to join the teams that correspond to their preferred gender.

trumpeting turnover

Editorial: The Daily News applauds the fact that most of the teachers at two of the city's lowest-performing schools are leaving their posts, and argues that the city should make the teachers at other struggling schools reapply for their jobs.

the art of compromise

Op-Ed: The head of the NYC Charter Center says that Mayor Bill de Blasio's refusal to compromise and embrace a deal to allow more charter schools across the state is partly why lawmakers refused to extend mayoral control for more than one year.

race to the finish line

Now that the U.S. Senate has passed its own version of a bill that revises the No Child Left Behind education law, lawmakers in both houses of Congress must try to agree on a final measure modifying the law that ushered in an era of high-stakes testing.

On Chalkbeat NY

The state named 62 low-performing New York City schools Thursday that the chancellor will be forced to hand over to an outside manager if she cannot swiftly revamp them under the terms of a new state law proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. READ MORE

Chancellor Carmen Fariña is expanding her signature school-collaboration initiative, doubling its ranks and giving some principals a larger role. READ MORE

Extra Credit


The city's First Lady spoke this week about the importance of reading and speaking to infants.

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