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Rise & Shine: State could let districts delay pension payments

  • Pending legislation in Albany would let school districts delay pension payments for two years. (WSJ)
  • Fort Hamilton HS students will walk out to help the teacher who threatened a rampage. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • More students than ever are learning online, but experts don’t know if the trend is positive. (Times)
  • The city’s plan to turn Khalil Gibran Academy into a high school follows years of turmoil. (Courier-Life)
  • Starting this week, schools and the police will have to make student discipline data public. (WNYC)
  • The city is pushing back against new requirements for discharging students. (GothamSchools, Times)
  • School custodians bilked the city out of $600,000. (GothamSchools, Post, NY1, Daily News, Times)
  • Teachers who were recruited from abroad say the city hasn’t helped them with legal issues. (Daily News)
  • The family of one teacher recruited from Guyana is in immigration limbo after he died. (Daily News)
  • A principal fired over claims that he inappropriately touched students is suing the city. (Daily News)
  • States are reaching the “funding cliff” when stimulus funds for education end. (Education Week)