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Rise & Shine: Charter deal set in Albany, precise terms still fuzzy

  • The Assembly and the city reached a tentative deal to raise the number of charter schools to 460. (Times)
  • The same bill mandates the agreed-upon teacher evaluations and a statewide data system. (NY1)
  • The bill might (or might not) strip New York City’s chancellor from being able to authorize charters. (Post)
  • The bill would require entire buildings to get capital improvements, not just charters. (Wall Street Journal)
  • Public, charter, private and parochial schools should work together, private school heads say. (Daily News)
  • Gov. Paterson could undermine the bill by not allowing the Senate to vote on it this morning. (Daily News)
  • The national education jobs bailout bill faltered in the House and looks to be dead forever. (AP)
  • Nationwide, schools are increasingly segregated by economic status. (Christian Science Monitor, AP)
  • After much pressure, the city is in talks to make Greenwich Village’s 75 Morton St. a school. (Daily News)

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