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Rise & Shine: Some principals up for removal have good records

  • Some of the principals up for removal from turnaround schools are highly rated. (Post)
  • Parents in wealthier neighborhoods file for special-ed private school reimbursement more often. (WSJ)
  • The city, state, federal, and nonprofit agencies working in Rikers Island’s school all want change. (NY1)
  • Some at PS 149 don’t like Harlem Success Academy’s new field, Juan Gonzalez writes. (Daily News)
  • Arts education is up to individual principals, and many aren’t investing in it. (Observer)
  • Many school districts aren’t using edujobs money to rehire laid-off teachers. (Times)
  • Stagnant ACT scores nationwide raise questions about whether high school reform has worked. (WSJ)

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