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Rise & Shine: New graduation requirements could come next year

  • State officials want to strengthen Regents requirements and how the tests are graded. (WSJ, Daily News)
  • A solid middle school turnaround strategy won’t be replicated because of budget cuts. (Daily News)
  • Students from a Brooklyn middle school built their own boats and set sail yesterday. (NY1)
  • A new report says the city’s progress report grading system has problems. (GothamSchools, NY1, Times)
  • An electrician in Queens stole more than $1 million from schools, an investigation found. (Post, Times)
  • PS 188 in Coney Island is set to get a gym for the first time in 85 years. (Post)
  • Education Commissioner David Steiner and others weigh in with letters about test scores. (Post)
  • Teachers rallied against school budget cuts yesterday. (GothamSchools)
  • Randi Weingarten says D.C.’s new teacher contract actually doesn’t offer much to New York. (DN)
  • Nationally, high schools are making a special effort to recognize military-bound students. (Times)
  • Some experts and educators are trying to crack down on kids’ “best friend” culture. (Times)
  • Anti-teacher layoffs advertisements are sweeping the airwaves all over the country. (USA Today)

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