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Rise & Shine: Ruling on teacher ratings could come next week

  • The dispute over the release of teacher ratings went before a judge yesterday. (GS, NY1, DN)
  • It’s not clear when the judge will issue her decision, but it’s likely to be appealed. (NYT)
  • An employee of the judge said a ruling could come as early as next week. (Post)
  • Andrea Peyser: the union’s arguments only serve to protect the seniority system. (Post)
  • A group of parents sued the state over Cathie Black’s appointment as chancellor. (GS, Post, DN)
  • Leanna Landsmann lays out three things Black should be able to do well as schools chief. (Daily News)
  • With many small schools up for closure in the Bronx, parents call reforms a sham. (Daily News)
  • Shut out of P.S. 87, a parent says she’s grateful for UWS Success Academy, a charter school. (Post)
  • A bill that would give green cards to some undocumented students is going to the Senate. (Daily News)
  • D.C.’s interim schools chief is moving to close and consolidate some schools. (Washington Post)
  • There’s backlash in Philly to a story about a $7.5 million no-bid contract for school safety. (Inquirer)
  • NJ Gov. Chris Christie’s move to limit pay for school chiefs is angering GOPers. (WSJ)