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Rise & Shine: Critics, but no chaos, at new Common Core forum

  • The first of John King’s second round of Common Core hearings saw no “angry confrontation.” (LoHud)
  • The President will visit P-TECH today, a school with a complicated co-location history. (HuffPost)
  • Parents, a community group, and the city blame each other for planning delays at Beacon site. (DNAInfo)
  • Staff at Staten Island’s P.S. 48 are still in “disbelief” at their new $53 million building. (DNAInfo)
  • An investigation found a principal didn’t report a teacher kissing a young student. (Daily News, Post)
  • A teacher at an afterschool program was also arrested for a relationship with a student. (NY1, GS in Brief)
  • At this weekend’s high school fairs, students dealt with a variety of pressures. (GothamSchools)
  • Students say they don’t want a co-location at embattled Long Island City High School. (DNAInfo)
  • Advocates say an eight-year rollout could make universal pre-K affordable. (Syracuse Post-Standard)
  • A proposed South Bronx co-location was also criticized at a hearing for being divisive. (DNAInfo)
  • The Los Angeles schools chief is set to resign in February following frequent union clashes. (LA Times)