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Rise & Shine: The city unveils a new initiative to encourage reading

Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015
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Good morning! As you enjoy this warm November weather, take a look at two initiatives the city announced yesterday. One relates to books, another has to do with metal detectors. Plus, as part of the ongoing debate on integration, a panel met last night to discuss school segregation in New York. 
 
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From ABCs to 'Americhanah,' city hopes book lists will boost student reading

In an effort to help more students read both in schools and at home, the city kicked off a new reading initiative yesterday called "NYC Reads 365." Read more 

New wave of discipline changes could pave way to reduce number of school metal detectors

Mayor Bill de Blasio outlined a "roadmap" for school discipline which aims to reduce the number of students removed from the school for misbehaving. Read more

Watch: Success Academy principal gives emotional apology for list of 'Got-to-Go' students 

Following a New York Times report that one Success Academy school principal put students on a 'Got to Go" list, the principal who created the list and Success Academy founder Eva Moskowitz apologized for the incident in a tearful press conference. Read more

Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

Books on books

Each school will receive about 40 books as part of an initiative called "NYC Reads 365" which is designed to encourage more students to read at home and in school. Chalkbeat, New York Daily News, Staten Island Advance

zoning delayed

The Upper West Side school rezoning that would redraw the lines between two vastly different schools has been postponed to allow more stakeholder input, Department of Education officials said Monday. DNAinfo

Rethinking Discipline

In line with de Blasio's effort to stray from discipline policies that remove students from schools, they city may scale back the number of school metal detectors. Chalkbeat, Politico New York

college catch up

CUNY Start, a program that allows students to take remedial classes before paying full tuition, seems to be helping students catch up academically, according to a SchoolBook report. SchoolBook

Integration conversation

At a panel last night, city leaders discussed the complicated topic of school integration. Fox 5

Powerful presser

Watch the emotional apology of Candido Brown, the principal who created a "Got to Go" list of students at Success Academy. Plus, Success Academy founder Eva Moskowitz takes responsibility for the incident. Chalkbeat

Success controversy

Slate takes another look at the controversy surrounding the "Got to Go" list that the New York Times found at one Success Academy school. Slate

Nina Ress, the president and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, writes that people should stop criticizing Success Academy and start learning from it. U.S News and World Report

retirement fund

The state's Teachers Retirement System will lower its expected rate of return from 8 to 7.5 percent a year, following criticism that a high rate of return strains the fund. Journal News

money woes

The Common Core rollout placed a heavy financial burden on states and districts, with more than $7 billion spent or committed in connection with the new standards, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of spending by states and large school districts. Wall Street Journal

Watch me NAEP NAEP

The Hechinger report takes a close look at NAEP data and finds that gentrification masks declines in math scores. Hechinger Report

more on gentrification

Here is a closer look at the gentrification of a neighborhood in Brooklyn that is at the center of a city rezoning proposal. SchoolBook

legal battles

Michael Meyers, the executive director of the New York Civil Rights Coalition, writes about the 19-year legal battle over East Harlem's Young Women's Leadership School. Huffington Post

Student loans

After the U.S. Senate allowed a federal student loan program to expire, Senator Chuck Schumer is pushing to reauthorize the program. Politico New York

School safety

A group of parents and city officials gathered at City Hall to ask for more crossing guards at dangerous intersections in Lower Manhattan. CBS

library lines

Public libraries across New York City are in high demand at story time. New York Times

Extra credit

Code Brooklyn, an initiative to teach coding to all students in Brooklyn, formally launched yesterday. 
 

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