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Rise & Shine: DOE issues social media guidelines, but not rules

  • The city’s new social media rules for educators encourage them to avoid students’ profiles. (WSJ, Post)
  • A group of advocates in District 9 in the Bronx say if the city won’t fix their district, they will. (Daily News)
  • Charter schools say they are strong but have room to improve. (GothamSchools, Schoolbook, Post, NY1)
  • Parents at two Bronx charter schools say their kindergartners got “psychiatric suspensions.” (Daily News)
  • Gov. Cuomo announced members of a state education commission. (GothamSchools, SchoolBook, Post)
  • Clothing line Kenneth Cole yanked a controversial education-related billboard. (GothamSchools, WSJ)
  • Cafeteria trash disposal at P.S. 154 in Windsor Terrace is attracting hungry raccoons. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • The city Conflict of Interests Board fined two principals for abuse of power. (Daily News, Post, GS Twitter)
  • Two ex-teachers at a Queens high school are suing, saying the principal plays favorites. (Daily News)
  • P.S. 68 in Ridgewood was evacuated after a real-looking toy bazooka was found. (Daily News, DNA Info)
  • New Jersey could get a set of high school subject exams similar to New York’s Regents exams. (WSJ)

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