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Rise & Shine: Some schools hit by Sandy still awaiting repairs

  • Temporary boilers in 33 schools have not been replaced a year after hurricane Sandy. (DNA info)
  • A principals union survey found that health and behavior issues in city schools impede learning. (WSJ)
  • The U.S. lagged behind other developed countries in a new test of adults’ skills. (AP, Times, USA Today)
  • Thousands are expected at today’s charter school rally. (Schoolbook, Daily News)
  • Chancellor Walcott: Charters shouldn’t need to offer incentives to boost enrollment. (GothamSchools)
  • Only English-speaking city parents get printed school directories. (GothamSchools)
  • In a new study, black and Latino city students explain what got them to college. (GothamSchools)
  • Weingarten and Walcott squared off on New York’s handling of the Common Core. (GS in Brief, Edweek)
  • A Gates-sponsored study suggests that teachers are happy with the Common Core. (Edweek)
  • A Queens principal said arts and software engineering helped him turn his school around. (DNA info)
  • Experts say the new science standards seven states adopted will be hard to test. (Edweek)