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Rise & Shine: New York City's door-to-door approach to family engagement

Tuesday, Sep. 8, 2015

Rise & Shine

attention to attendance

Chancellor Carmen Fariña and early-education advocates are keeping an eye on the city's pre-K attendance, which they say is important for making sure children reap the benefits of the new programs.

family involvement

The de Blasio administration has invested $1 million to train and hire parents to go door to door, talking to other parents at struggling schools about how to get involved in their child's education, though some are skeptical that the approach will translate to academic gains.

Chancellor Fariña says she will prioritize family engagement this school year.

dividing lines

The city is considering dividing the zone of Brooklyn Heights’ P.S. 8 so that many addresses would instead be zoned for a lower-performing school.

history books

The city dumped piles of old books and papers from now-closed Washington Irving High School, to the dismay of the school’s supporters.

by the numbers

The City University of New York, a destination for many New York City high school graduates, has its highest enrollment ever.

go time

Editorial: It's time for Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña's education policies to begin translating into academic gains.

weekend routine

Principals union chief Ernest Logan spends his Sundays in church.

staying the course

Editorial: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s constant criticism and revisiting of state education initiatives shows a lack of commitment to them.

show me the money

Chicago schools are opening the year without enough money to make it to the end.

the big questions

Psychology professor Daniel Willingham: Bad teacher training remains the problem in American education.

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Students, especially those living in poverty, are more likely to be chronically absent in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten than at other points in elementary and middle school. 
Here's what the city is doing to change that.

Plus, the Obama administration’s baby steps on school integration, the Common Core's unfulfilled promise, Labor Day teaching tools, and more in our weekly list of education must-reads

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