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Rise & Shine: Harlem Day takeover starts with massive changes

  • Harlem Day Charter School’s takeover is starting with mass student retention and teacher exodus. (WSJ)
  • Some students didn’t get diplomas due to chancellor change-induced printing delays. (NY1, Daily News)
  • State officials are investigating the financially troubled Believe network of charter schools. (Post)
  • Chancellor Walcott said going without notes at graduations means no chance of plagiarism. (Daily News)
  • Former State Sen. Craig Johnson, a charter schools supporter, is now working for Bloomberg LP. (Post)
  • A Validus Prep student and the assistant principal she once hated are sharing their story. (Daily News)
  • A deal to save day care programs means Brooklyn Prospect Charter School has no home. (Daily News)
  • Federal prosecutors charged ex-custodians found to have bilked the city of $500,000. (Post, Daily News)
  • A judged ruled that a Stuyvesant HS librarian accused of illicit behavior was discriminated against. (Post)
  • The Post lambastes the NAACP’s Hazel Dukes for her behavior in the closure and co-location lawsuit.
  • The CEO of Civic Builders says there’s no time for schools in the suit to find new space. (Post)
  • Richard Whitmire: The debate over school reform is as polarized as that about abortion. (Daily News)