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Rise & Shine: Why a Bronx superintendent has one of the toughest jobs in NYC

Thursday, Jul. 23, 2015

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One of New York City’s toughest jobs belongs to Leticia Rodriguez-Rosario — the superintendent of District 9 in the southwest Bronx, which sits within the country’s poorest congressional district and houses eight schools in the city’s high-profile improvement program.


Nearly four in 10 city high schools do not offer algebra II and both physics and chemistry, according to a report released Wednesday by the Center for New York City Affairs at the New School.


A week after the state released a list of schools that must improve or face takeover by an outside group, State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia told district leaders and parents from some of the state’s lowest-performing schools that they can no longer “ignore the situation.”

These are the 62 low-performing New York City schools that Chancellor Carmen Fariña will be forced to hand over to an outside manager if she cannot swiftly revamp them in two years or less.

Opinion: Initiatives to fix struggling schools, “likely the greatest challenge in American education,” must recognize the impact of poverty as urban educators are trying to serve students facing a host of issues outside of the classroom while enduring “a steady stream of new policies orchestrated by politicians who want instant, measurable success.”


During a three-day upstate tour, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said conversations he has with New Yorkers – whether they live in the Bronx or the rural North Country — always deal with similar topics: jobs and education.


Three New York City college-bound teenagers are participating in an event at the White House Thursday that focuses on encouraging students to pursue higher education after high school.

A Brooklyn high school teacher who was caught in a sexual encounter with a colleague after hours in a classroom in 2009 will no longer be suspended from teaching in city schools.

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When the education department rounded up 94 of the city’s most troubled schools last year to participate in a high-profile improvement program, eight — the most in any district — fell within the purview of District 9 Superintendent Leticia Rodriguez-Rosario, giving her one of the toughest jobs in New York City

Nearly 4 in 10 city high schools do not offer algebra II and both physics and chemistry, according to a new report that paints a grim picture of the instruction many students are receiving in the so-called STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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“This was an opportunity,” said Leticia Rodriguez-Rosario (center), who is responsible for the 51 elementary and middle schools in District 9, “an opening of doors for our work.”

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