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Rise & Shine: Cuomo, Bloomberg at odds on teacher eval shield

  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he would not support making teacher evaluations fully public. (Daily News)
  • The PEP approved turnaround closures at 24 schools after a long hearing. (GothamSchools, Post, NY1)
  • The city first withdrew closure plans for two schools. (GothamSchools, Times, WSJ, Daily News, NY1)
  • Hugs are banned at Brooklyn Prospect Charter School; students have fretted for months. (Daily News)
  • Legislation that would let New York City require kindergarten is now pending in Albany. (SchoolBook)
  • Local Head Start programs remain worried about a federal plan to have them reapply for funding. (WSJ)
  • An overcrowding task force in Manhattan says the DOE’s efforts are not enough. (Downtown Express)
  • An arrested teacher’s aide was freed after being cleared of making lewd comments. (Daily News, NY1)
  • A woman whose parents were city teachers targeted in the Red Scare is seeking records. (Daily News)
  • An apprenticeship program that began in Boston is being replicated in city middle schools. (WNYC)