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Rise & Shine: Deteriorating relations inside longtime co-location

  • A longstanding co-location at Brooklyn’s P.S. 20 suffered when the other school expanded. (City Limits)
  • Protesters disrupted a citywide meeting on curriculum. (GothamSchools, Daily News, NY1, HuffPo)
  • At Brooklyn’s P.S. 256, parents say the closure threat is to make way for a charter school. (Daily News)
  • The resistance fits a citywide closure protest strategy advocacy groups are leading. (GothamSchools)
  • Michael Goodwin: All of city positive education statistics are ones it generates itself. (Post)
  • An adult who immigrated as a child says a standardized test saved her from ESL classes. (Daily News)
  • UFT President Michael Mulgrew makes the case for raising taxes on the rich. (Daily News)
  • Two-thirds of states have revised teacher evaluation laws; half now include student test scores. (WSJ)
  • Illinois is investigating possible cheating at 33 schools, including nine in Chicago. (Sun-Times)
  • Education officials in Newark keep fighting an ACLU suit seeking financial transparency. (Star-Ledger)