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Rise & Shine: City is cutting controversial Teacher Data Reports

  • The city is eliminating Teacher Data Reports, saying new evaluations make them unnecessary. (Times)
  • The DOE says it plans to fire administrators from Eximius College Prep for falsifying transcripts. (Post)
  • Talks are open between the city and school aides’ union, DC-37, over averting layoffs. (GothamSchools)
  • The DOE won’t move a suspension center onto the Petrides Campus after all. (Post, S.I. Advance, NY1)
  • A parent-led lawsuit over charter school co-locations had its first day in court. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • In Newark, schools chief Cami Anderson’s reform plan starts with hiring many new principals. (Times)
  • A look at teaching as a retirement option, which some baby boomers are pursuing. (Times)
  • A bus company is under investigation after a student boarded the wrong bus and was left alone. (NY1)
  • Five city schools — in Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island — won a national performance prize. (NY1)
  • For the first time in Chicago’s extended day battle, two schools voted against longer days. (Tribune)
  • Philadelphia is adding more discretion into its “zero-tolerance” school discipline policy. (Inquirer)
  • In England, 5- and 6-year-olds will take a compulsory reading test for the first time next year. (BBC)