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Rise & Shine: Incoming special ed chief vows to press forward

  • The incoming head of special education vowed to press forward with controversial reforms. (Schoolbook)
  • Gov. Cuomo is signaling he would veto bills that give broad access to teacher ratings. (Post, Daily News)
  • Jim Dwyer: The city has unwisely given up on teaching swimming skills in public schools. (Times)
  • The principal of Queens’ P.S. 195 barred a student from giving a same-sex marriage speech. (NY1, Post)
  • A state judge ruled the city was wrong to fire a teacher accused of having sex in her classroom. (Post)
  • A poll found New Yorkers want teachers convicted of sex abuse to be fired quickly. (Daily News, Post)
  • Chancellor Walcott brings his bid for more freedom to fire abusive teachers to the op/ed page. (Times)
  • A teacher at P.S. 208 was charged with molesting a student. (Daily News, Post, NY1, Metropolis)
  • The Brooklyn principal under fire for song-banning is under scrutiny after an abuse claim. (Daily News)
  • The Post pans Cuomo’s decision to limit the release of teacher evaluation results to parents only.
  • A court ruling about Los Angeles’s teacher evaluations could reverberate across California. (L.A. Times)

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