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Rise & Shine: How Eva Moskowitz's growing bureaucracy handled a school-supply fiasco

Thursday, Sep. 24, 2015
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Happy Thursday! Find out how Success Academy handled a logistical nightmare, which celebrities will mentor Brooklyn students, and why a Staten Island school bus was pulled over (hint: it involves string cheese) in today's newsletter. Enjoy!

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How Eva Moskowitz’s growing bureaucracy handled a school-supply fiasco

Days before the start of the school year, Success Academy principals faced a nightmare scenario: books and furniture needed for their classrooms were stuck in a warehouse on Long Island. What happened next provides a glimpse into how the controversial charter school network will respond to logistical challenges as it continues to expand across the city. Read the story.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

rapid response

When Success Academy schools faced a logistical nightmare just days before the start of the school year, the famously hard-charging charter network acted swiftly. Chalkbeat

practice tests

Some students will take sample state exams this spring on computers before all districts have the option of switching to online tests in the 2016-17 school year. Politico New York

seat shortage

The city would need to create 75,000 extra school seats to alleviate current overcrowding, and 50,000 more to meet projected growth. However, the city's plans call for just 33,000 new seats. SchoolBook

can i get your mentor's autograph?

Celebrities including Edward Norton, Paula Abdul, and others will mentor students through a new arts-enrichment program at four Brooklyn schools. NY1, New York Daily News

pay up

Teaching assistants and aides who earn less than $15 an hour working at city-funded early childhood programs are asking why Mayor Bill de Blasio supported higher wages for fast-food workers but not them. DNAinfo

stem training

A group that trains teachers in science, technology, engineering and math recently received a $6 million funding boost. New York Daily News

a think tank is born

The Bank Street College of Education is launching a $5 million center that will propose public policies aimed at closing the gap between the city's rich and poor schoolchildren. City Limits

fast food

Police pulled over a school bus on Staten Island after students were seen hurling chocolate milk, apple juice, string cheese, and hamburger buns from rear windows onto a tow-truck. Staten Island Advance

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