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Rise & Shine: Struggling schools could co-locate with Success

  • The city may colocate two more Success Academy Charter Schools in Manhattan. (WSJ)
  • Class sizes are growing in city public schools, such as P.S. 148 in Queens. (HuffPo)
  • Two MS students were charged with a hate-crime after attacking an eighth-grader. (NY1)
  • A former teacher is leading an Occupy Wall Street “summer camp” for city teens. (Times)
  • A federal court ruled that the city must pay for a bullied student’s private school tuition. (Post)
  • L.A. Times: Schools should balance rote learning with creative projects for better outcomes.
  • Textbook publisher McGraw-Hill may sell its education business division. (Post)
  • SED will release test score data for grades third through eighth on Tuesday. (GothamSchools)

Last week on GothamSchools:

  • Principals struggle to fund summer “bridge” programs for incoming students. (Monday)
  • City teachers share practices for overcoming students’ cultural differences. (Tuesday)
  • The city lost its bid to continue turnaround hiring while awaiting an appeal. (Tuesday)
  • Teachers who scored Regents exams centrally criticized the new model. (Wednesday)
  • Administrators warned of leadership vacuum in turnaround schools. (Wednesday)
  • IBO report: student tests scores have not improved as much as officials say. (Thursday)

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