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Rise & Shine: A back-to-school kickoff focused on pre-K, with new initiatives to come

Thursday, Sep. 10, 2015
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Here’s a roundup of what the first day of school looked like throughout New York City on Wednesday — from the perspectives of teachers, students, parents and politicians. 

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Golf balls and goal setting: How four New York City schools aimed to inspire on day one

Chalkbeat spent time in four different classrooms in the nation’s largest school system to get a glimpse of what the first day of school looks like for teachers and students. From personal goals to flying golf balls, it was a day of expectations and excitement. Read our full story here.

De Blasio kicks off school year with pre-K praise; acknowledges school diversity concerns

On the first day of school, Mayor Bill de Blasio not only offered praise for the city’s signature pre-kindergarten expansion, but also told reporters that his administration would announce new education policy initiatives later this month and that the city was weighing its options for addressing school diversity. Read our full story here.

On her 50th first day, New York City chancellor tours schools carrying out her vision

In a back-to-school blitz, Chancellor Carmen Fariña highlighted schools in each of the five boroughs that were representative of some of her key focus areas, including the city’s 130 new “community schools,” 94 struggling schools being pushed to improve, 40 new dual-language programs, and more than 65,000 full-day pre-kindergarten students. Read our full story here.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

back to school

Mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off the school year by touting the city’s universal pre-K program, expressing concern about school diversity, and promising to unveil more education policy changes in September. Chalkbeat, Politico New York, Wall Street Journal, SchoolBook, New York Daily News, NY1, DNAinfo, Staten Island Advance

In his second year in charge of city schools, Mayor Bill de Blasio and his administration are under pressure to make student achievement improvements at struggling schools, writes the Daily News editorial board. New York Daily News

a five-borough tour

Chancellor Carmen Fariña spent her 50th first day of school traversing New York’s five boroughs, showing off schools that highlight her favored initiatives: “community schools,” dual-language programs, the city’s school-turnaround program, and pre-kindergarten. Chalkbeat, New York Daily News, DNAinfo

The Daily News praised Fariña’s reinforcement that the Common Core standards are crucial to prepare students for college and that opting out of state exams is unacceptable. New York Daily News

on the ground perspective

Here’s a glimpse at what the first day of school looked like in four different classrooms, where the way students interact in the halls and answer writing prompts, how teachers decorate their classrooms and respond to misbehavior, all give clues about the coming year. Chalkbeat

For some students and families, the first day of school is marked with uncertainty of time spent at the city’s temporary registration centers trying to find a school to attend for the year. New York Times Parents of students who attend some of the city’s lowest-performing schools said that the de Blasio administration is not doing enough to turn the schools around. New York Post In multiple collections of photos, take a look at what the first day of school looked like throughout New York City. SchoolBook, DNAinfo, Staten Island Advance

safety first

More than 4,000 students went back to school at the John F. Kennedy High School campus in Marble Hill on Wednesday, just weeks after the building was damaged in a gas explosion. DNAinfo, NY1


About 30 percent of city schools reported some form of bullying incident to the state during the 2013-14 school year, but the 10 schools with the highest number of incidents (eight of which are charter schools) represented 20 percent of all reported bullying occurrences. DNAinfo (story and database)


In a comprehensive look at the uphill battle to improve secular education at chasidic yeshivas, Jewish Week and WNYC investigate the long-standing neglect of yeshivas teaching students basic English and math and the city’s new focus on holding them accountable. Jewish Week


At Jordan L. Mott Middle School in the South Bronx, a Chabad Hasid named Tuvia Tatik has made a significant impact on student behavior and discipline as seventh-grade dean. Forward


At a city school serving middle and high school students in Riverdale, there has been a spike in regular use of heroin and opioid-based drugs by students. Riverdale Press


In time for the start of the school year, the city transportation department installed speed cameras at 140 school zones, up from only 20 cameras last fall. NY1

Extra credit

Four members of the Brooklyn Technical High School Robotics team — juniors Ben Spiegel, Kevin Zheng, August Trollbäck and senior Mary Karroqe — won Main Prize - 3rd Place at PennApps XII, the world’s largest college hackathon last weekend. 

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