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Rise & Shine: Big errors in teacher data reports, union says

  • The teachers union says the city’s teacher ratings are too flawed to be public. (Daily News, NY1, WNYC)
  • Union chief Michael Mulgrew also called for an investigation into the reports’ accuracy. (Post)
  • The DOE suspended a $20 mill. contract with the consultant that oversaw CityTime. (Post, City Hall)
  • Christopher Cerf says his top priority as N.J. schools chief is teacher quality. (Star-Ledger, WSJ)
  • Cathie Black describes her leadership style in a pre-chancellorship interview. (Times)
  • A teacher from PS 21 in the Bronx was arrested under suspicion of driving drunk. (Post)
  • The Post says its the fault of tests with low standards that so many CUNY students need remediation.
  • Assemblyman David Weprin is sponsoring a bill to change how chancellors are appointed. (ABC)
  • When Xavier, a Manhattan Catholic school, staged “The Laramie Project,” no one batted an eye. (Times)
  • Two city schools were named Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence by the federal government. (NY1)
  • Two experts say boys’ comparatively poor reading skills amount to a global problem. (Daily News)

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