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Rise & Shine: No teacher rating shield deal yet, but it's not over

  • Gov. Cuomo introduced a teacher rating privacy bill to buy ongoing talks time. (Daily News, WSJ)
  • The move came after legislators missed his deadline and he said the issue could wait. (WSJ, Post)
  • The Post says the lack of the deal is good news for those who want the ratings to see the light of day.
  • More than 3,500 “turnaround” school workers got pinkish slips. (GothamSchools, Post, SchoolBook, NY1)
  • NYSUT is opposing a bill meant to help charter schools serve high-needs students. (GothamSchools)
  • Parent activists are trying to galvanize their neighborhoods in advance of the mayoral race. (Daily News)
  • A school aide who was accused of but not indicted for molesting children wants his job back. (Post)
  • The family of a boy who was beaten by classmates at a Brooklyn middle school is suing. (Daily News)
  • Brooklyn students are graduating after beating violence, disability, and language issues. (Daily News)
  • The AFT teachers union is launching a lesson plan- and curriculum materials-sharing site. (Times)
  • American children who are deported to Mexico with their parents struggle in school and beyond. (Times)