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Rise & Shine: State teacher evals suit has day in appeals court

  • The state and NYSUT appeared in court in their still-open battle over teacher evaluations. (Times-Union)
  • A P.S. 243 school aide allegedly filmed himself molesting students. (Times, Post, Daily News, NY1, WSJ)
  • A poll finds mixed feelings on Bloomberg’s school policies. (GothamSchools, Times, Daily News, Post)
  • A school facing a closure vote on Thursday, Grace Dodge High, has 11 technical programs. (NY1)
  • Charter school parents traveled to Albany to ask for inclusion on local parent councils. (GothamSchools)
  • The Bronx principal found to have used school funds for herself was charged with larceny. (Daily News)
  • A teen who arrived at FDR High illiterate at 18 is set to graduate after intensive help. (GothamSchools)
  • Some students skipped school to help celebrate the Giants’ Super Bowl victory. (GothamSchools, Times)
  • Michael Goodwin: Gov. Cuomo shouldn’t wait any longer to start over on teacher evaluations. (Post)
  • Two reformers say the only solution on evaluations is to give districts a strict deadline. (Daily News)
  • The Daily News calls for the teacher who criticized students on Facebook to be un-reinstated.
  • Boston handed out $400,000 in teacher bonuses this year, based on school-wide assessments. (Globe)
  • California could cut a year-old transitional kindergarten meant to boost school-readiness. (L.A. Times)