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Rise & Shine: Study finds long non-academic value to test gains

  • A 20-year study found long-lasting, non-academic benefits from teachers who boost test scores. (Times)
  • The United Federation of Teachers spent 44 percent more on lobbying activities last year. (Post)
  • A report coming out today finds that students of online schools do worse academically. (Times)
  • With its co-location a go, Success Charter Network has upped its Cobble Hill ads. (WNYC/SchoolBook)
  • A new-to-the-city nonprofit helps students on both sides of the college transition. (GothamSchools)
  • A Brooklyn legislator wants a hearing on the city’s suspended School Improvement Grants. (SchoolBook)
  • Whistleblowers are alleging frequent, blatant fraud on England’s annual school inspections. (Telegraph)

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