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Rise & Shine: Here's what you should know about the state test scores coming next week

Friday, Aug. 7, 2015

Rise & Shine

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New York’s state test results will be released next week, according to state officials — an announcement likely to focus more attention on the state’s growing opt-out movement that led to an estimated 200,000 students electing not to take the exams.

Amid growing over-testing concerns in New York and other states, Connecticut announced Thursday that all public school students would soon be required to take the SAT in 11th grade instead of state exams.


By the end of the summer, the city will have doubled the original size of the office tasked with overseeing its high-stakes Renewal school turnaround program, by adding positions including an executive director, data manager and director for Renewal high schools.

credit recovery

After credit-recovery programs and grade-fixing were exposed in some city schools, state legislators — including Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan — have said that mayoral control of schools would not be renewed next year without a “thorough review.”


The State Education Department needs to put an end to passing “emergency” rules, which have included the new teacher evaluation rules, that fast track the adoption process and cut out the public comment period, writes an education advocate.

by the numbers

As the latest Quinnipiac poll shows New Yorkers feel the city’s quality of life and support for Mayor Bill de Blasio have fallen to record lows, the Daily News editorial board writes the mayor’s focus on “gloom” makes the results unsurprising.

The Post editorial board cautioned that the poll results for quality of life “doesn’t mean things are worse,” but it does show that “people are more anxious about where their city’s headed.”

school budgets

The Staten Island borough president allocated $9 million for local schools, including $650,000 for software upgrades for an engineering program and $300,000 for the student kitchen at New Dorp High School.

On Chalkbeat NY

The state’s English and math tests are typically taken by about one million third- through eighth-graders statewide, though that number is expected to be lower this year. They are also the first state tests taken during a full school year under Mayor Bill de Blasio, and will offer a chance for new State Commissioner MaryEllen Elia to wade into one of the most heated debates in education. READ MORE

Extra Credit

New York City teenagers participated in a week-long writing workshop this summer in the Bronx. Watch a video about the Bronx Loaf writers’ conference here

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