clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Rise & Shine: Charter school deals help fund public housing

  • The city Housing Authority is supporting itself by selling or renting space to charter schools. (Crain’s NY)
  • Parents at PS 29, where a PTA officer stole funds, have raised money for their principal. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • With budget decisions due Friday, city principals are still struggling with inadequate funds. (NY1)
  • Parents are suing the DOE after a staff member raped their 13-year-old daughter in school. (Daily News)
  • Daycare center directors are worried about a costly overhaul of the city’s system. (GothamSchools)
  • States are starting to develop alternative accountability plans to No Child Left Behind. (WSJ)
  • A new study found that Texas schools are more frequently suspending or expelling students. (Times)
  • Chancellor Walcott and State Sen. Jeff Klein launched an anti-asthma initiative. (Daily News)
  • The Daily News says the city should not let momentum around teacher evaluations dissipate.

Sign up for the newsletter Chalkbeat New York

Sign up for our newsletter.