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Rise & Shine: Obama taps ex-New York ed chief John King for top U.S. DOE spot

Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
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Happy Monday! Students and teachers are settling into the school year with September and its on-again, off-again school schedule in the rearview mirror. Education news and views this weekend were dominated with the announcement that ex-New York Education Commissioner John King would replace Arne Duncan as U.S. education secretary at the end of the year. 
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Former N.Y. ed chief John King will replace Arne Duncan as U.S. education secretary

Former New York State Education Commissioner John King will take over the federal education department in President Barack Obama’s final year in office, the president announced Friday, an appointment that signals potentially deepening attention to education equity issues for the Obama administration. Read more. 

 

A retrospective of Arne Duncan’s complicated relationship with New York

Arne Duncan has been no stranger to New York during his tenure as U.S. education secretary. New York City is where he stumped for a yet-to-be-named federal stimulus package that would define his legacy. That John King is replacing Duncan at the end of the year ensures that New York’s close connection with Washington on education policy will continue. Read more.

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

transition at the top

Former New York State Education Commissioner John King will take over as U.S. education secretary for President Obama's final year in office after longtime secretary Arne Duncan announced Friday that he will be stepping down at the end of the year. Chalkbeat, New York Times, New York Daily News, Politico New York, SchoolBook

King has been busy during his short tenure at the federal education department as an advisor this year, which has included a visit with former gang members in Los Angeles. Los Angeles Times

parsing pre-K

New pre-K research out of Tennessee found scarce evidence of short-term benefits, but it could be a matter of quality. Results look a lot better in other parts of the country, like Boston, where officials say there is an emphasis on teacher training and curriculum development. New York Times

the arne archives

Arne Duncan has been no stranger to New York during his seven years as secretary, visiting often to stump for his agenda, weigh in during labor disputes and tour schools with local officials. Chalkbeat

the AP gap

Of all the vows in de Blasio's big education speech last month, expanding Advanced Placement courses has the most potential at eliminating inequities, Education Trust President Kati Hayock writes. New York Daily News

hot zone

The two elementary schools in the middle of a contentious rezoning dispute in Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO are "needlessly separate" and "can be melded without harm to either and, in all likelihood, benefit to both," the Daily News writes in an editorial. New York Daily News

suspending suspensions

Seattle's decision to ban out-of-school suspensions in elementary schools highlights a major difference between district schools and charter schools. New York Post.

rally part II

Hakeem Jeffries and Ruben Diaz, Jr., two possible Democratic contenders in a mayoral primary against de Blasio, are planning to attend the rescheduled charter school rally that was called off last week due to weather concerns. New York Post

The New York Post criticizes de Blasio for failing to find space for seven of eight new Success Academies next year, terms he agreed to during a squabble with Eva Moskowitz last year. New York Post

waiting for the waiver

Just 47 school districts have submitted their new teacher evaluation plans to the state for approval and only 12 have had their plans approved ahead of a Nov. 15 deadline. Politico New York

"Nyah, nyah."

The Daily News editorial board has few words for John King's ascent other than a contemptuous chuckle at those who have opposed King's policies. New York Daily News

a spruce grows in manhattan

The Spruce Street School principal discusses her job's challenges amid an expansion from elementary to middle school in a congested, but dynamic downtown neighborhood in Manhattan. DNAinfo

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