clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Rise & Shine: 23,000 applicants for non-existent teaching jobs

  • With a hiring freeze in place, nearly 23,000 people applied to become teachers this year. (Post)
  • Two schools in one building in Brooklyn post very different results. (Wall Street Journal)
  • An appeals court blocked 19 school closures. (GothamSchools, Times, Post, Daily News, WSJ, NY1)
  • Chancellor Klein writes that the ruling is a “tragic” blow to his reform efforts. (Daily News)
  • Pedro Noguera and a colleague say school closures aren’t the best way to help kids. (City Limits)
  • Juan Gonzalez says recent audits suggest principals have too much financial authority. (Daily News)
  • Chicago’s high-intensity efforts to curb youth violence have officials optimistic. (Times)
  • Los Angeles is again accepting applications from groups to take over its schools. (L.A. Times)
  • D.C.’s school budget plans involve big cuts to special education costs. (Washington Post)