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Rise & Shine: City pushed to enact reforms for ELL programs

  • Under a reform plan, the city will open 125 bilingual programs. (GS, WSJ, NY1, Times, Post, Daily News)
  • One school in Washington Heights lost all of its school aides in last week’s layoffs. (The Uptowner)
  • Other schools are having difficulty figuring out who can take on the work of laid-off aides. (Daily News)
  • Graduation is in jeopardy for seniors at a H.S. who are taking classes they already passed. (Daily News)
  • Fears reawaken at P.S. 51’s new building after it tests positive for another toxin. (GS, NBC New York)
  • Principals affected by a downtown school rezoning said the plan would add stability. (SchoolBook)
  • A drawn-out grievance at Bronx Science illuminates principal’s teacher evaluations. (Riverdale Press)
  • A week after he urged more private money, Walcott named a new fund-raising chief. (SchoolBook)