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Rise & Shine: Up to a dozen schools on city's chopping block

  • The city is considering closing 12 struggling schools this year. (Daily News)
  • The city will no longer make schools pay for after-hours building use. (Daily News, Insideschools)
  • A teacher at Brooklyn’s PS 132 says he was punished for complaining about safety. (Post, NY1)
  • Two more Harlem Success schools were approved, one for the Upper West Side. (GS, Post, NY1)
  • Scaling back expectations has helped Hostos-Lincoln Early College HS get on its feet. (Village Voice)
  • Marcus Winters suggests the city release only the top and bottom value-added scores. (Daily News)
  • There’s debate about whether principals can sit on their charter schools’ boards. (Daily News)
  • NY’s governor doesn’t have much power over schools, but here are the candidates’ views. (WNYC)
  • Some private schools give kindergarten applicants a second try on their admission test. (Times)

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