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Rise & Shine: Deal would give parents teacher ratings in writing

  • A deal on the verge of completion in Albany would tell teachers’ ratings to parents in writing. (Post)
  • Small schools opened by the Bloomberg administration saw their graduation rates fall. (Daily News)
  • A third of pre-kindergarten applicants are being shut out, but thousands of seats are still open. (Post)
  • The cell phone-storage company robbed at Columbus HS will refund students who lost phones. (NY1)
  • Students entrusted their phones to the mobile storage van again, a day after the armed robbery. (Post)
  • Council Speaker Christine Quinn blocked a vote to ask the state to let churches use school sites. (WSJ)
  • New York City is now the state’s only district not to have squared away federal funds. (GothamSchools)
  • The Daily News says Gov. Cuomo should drop his campaign to limit teacher ratings to parents only.
  • A push for “inclusion” for students with special needs in San Francisco is drawing fire. (Bay Citizen)