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Rise & Shine: Schools added to "dangerous" list sans fanfare

  • The state added three city schools to its “persistently dangerous” list last month but told no one. (Post)
  • A preschool special ed audit found that a Long Island company bilked the city of $6 million. (Times)
  • Ex-turnaround schools got details about their names and more. (GothamSchools, SchoolBook, NY1)
  • Turnaround’s end means the end of a “master” and “turnaround” teacher program, too. (GothamSchools)
  • A city nonprofit found that students who struggle in high school struggle later on, too. (GothamSchools)
  • A former contractor convicted of stealing millions from the DOE blamed it all on his wife. (Post)
  • Gov. Cuomo cited expenses as his main reason for vetoing a special education placement bill. (Times)
  • A departing 10-year teacher who has been making the rounds explains why the city is losing her. (Post)
  • Philadelphia charter schools have wide-ranging, hard-to-complete application processes. (Notebook)
  • A court decision to shake up the school board in Bridgeport, Conn., is setting other plans back. (WSJ)