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Rise & Shine: How one city charter network is grappling with high school

Friday, Aug. 21, 2015

Rise & Shine

getting to college-ready

The Achievement First charter school network recently called back a few of its first high school graduates to ask, how did we do? Their candid answers reveal some of the questions charters are grappling with as they increasingly serve older students.

opt-out answers

Federal money will not be withheld from New York districts with high opt-out rates, Chancellor Merryl Tisch said.

Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia came down hard on teachers who encouraged the state's opt-out movement on Thursday, calling it "unethical."

Elia also said she would keep pushing federal officials to allow the state to adjust testing requirements for students with severe disabilities and some English language learners.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he didn't think opt-out-heavy districts should lose federal funding.

A parent explains that she opted her child out of the state tests not because she was opposed to more difficult tests, but because she opposes class time spent on test prep and the state's teacher-evaluation system.

'a really shocking scene'

A gas explosion seriously damaged the John F. Kennedy High School campus and injured three construction workers.

a notable consolidation

Superintendent Anthony Lodico, who has been in charge of Staten Island's elementary and middle schools, will now oversee the borough's seven high schools too, taking over for Aimee Horowitz.

'I'm going to say to the pope that I love him'

Catholic-school kids in East Harlem are really excited to meet Pope Francis, who will visit Our Lady Queen of Angels at the end of September.

this might not end well

Twenty-seven Department of Education email addresses were among the log-ins for Ashley Madison, the website that promised to help users have extramarital affairs and was recently hacked.

green schools

Staten Island's brand-new P.S. 62, opening next month, will be the city's first school that produces as much energy as it consumes.

test score scrutiny

No students passed the state exams this year at Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts.

A StudentsFirstNY analysis of state test scores at "Renewal" schools draws the conclusion that the de Blasio administration's policies aren't working.

Editorial: It's disturbing that in a recent interview when Chancellor Carmen Fariña said was most important to her, the list included whether teachers, principals, and parents are happy, but not whether students are learning.

name cleared

A school therapist suspended over a fund-raiser she created to help a student has had her pay reinstated and the issue removed from her record after major faults were found with the original investigation.

Editorial: A recent report shows that "the school system’s main watchdogs are too incompetent or too lazy to do their job."

safety patrol

Parents are upset that the new principal of P.S. 191 on the Upper West Side was not told that the school was in danger of being labeled "persistently dangerous."

the debates begin

The president of Staten Island's Community Education Council says that the makeup of the Panel for Educational Policy should be tweaked when mayoral control is taken up again next year.

what i did on my summer vacation

Summer STEM programming supported by major corporations have been especially abundant this summer, prompting praise from the de Blasio administration.

On Chalkbeat NY

The head of New York’s education department came down hard Thursday on teachers who encouraged the growing boycott of state tests this year. “I am absolutely shocked if, and I don’t know that this happened, but if any educators supported and encouraged opt-outs. I think it’s unethical.” READ MORE

At a recent Achievement First board meeting, members wanted to know how well the network prepared its students for college. Three former students said yes, but ... READ MORE

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