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Rise & Shine: Fewer students leave charter than district schools

  • Analysis of charter school student attrition data found lower rates than in district schools. (SchoolBook)
  • But a principal says enrollment flexibility means charter attrition can skew scores more. (GothamSchools)
  • Council Speaker Christine Quinn said the city should “look at” changing elite HS admissions rules. (Post)
  • The city’s progress report grades conflict with the state’s assessment for dozens of city schools. (Post)
  • The rise in the number of schools eligible for closure was foretold years ago when test scores fell. (WSJ)
  • Chancellor Walcott: Getting B’s might not exempt some ex-turnaround schools from closure. (Daily News)
  • High schools once slated for turnaround are under extra pressure to recruit applicants. (GothamSchools)
  • Students in foster care are given special treatment at the city’s annual high school fair. (GothamSchools)
  • UFT chief Michael Mulgrew: The city has caused a “brain drain” of thousands of teachers. (Daily News)
  • Mulgrew: The exodus will go on as long as the city emphasizes evaluations’ punitive side. (Daily News)
  • A Newtown High School student sent home for wearing a sexually explicit shirt is upset. (Daily News)
  • More about the Leon Goldstein High School administrator who texted with a student. (Post, Daily News)
  • Chancellor Walcott explained why the city let the AP remain on the job while under investigation. (NY1)

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