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Rise & Shine: Few schools with needy students beat the odds

  • An analysis of 200 schools with many high-need students finds that most have very low scores. (NY1)
  • A new coalition of city advocacy groups aims to hand candidates education platforms. (GothamSchools)
  • Principals who struggled before are involved in multiple charter school proposals. (GothamSchools)
  • The Times calls for an overhaul of the state’s preschool special ed program to prevent fraud and abuse.
  • High schools are grappling with the NCAA’s new, tougher rules about high school achievement. (ESPN)
  • Nationally, students with disabilities are suspended twice as often as non-disabled students. (Times)
  • Online universities are fast becoming one of the most frequent paths to education degrees. (USA Today)
  • Naomi Riley: Maggie Gyllenhaal’s latest movie shows school reform is cool and unions are not. (Post)