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Rise & Shine: Bronx school hinges prom on graduation goal

  • The Collegiate Institute for Math and Science might not have prom unless all seniors graduate. (Post)
  • The UFT ramped up its push to limit mayoral control with a policy proposal. (GothamSchools, Post)
  • Parents are complaining about discipline at Success Academy charter schools. (Daily News, Post, NY1)
  • Students at Bread and Roses High School are blaming themselves for the school’s closure. (Daily News)
  • Parents who are worried about a state student data system got new allies. (GothamSchools, SchoolBook)
  • A Washington Heights school with a new building is also grappling with a student’s suicide. (Daily News)
  • The Times says poor districts and New York City should both get increased state education funding.
  • Nashville officials learned that a charter operator would overhaul local schools, not them. (Tennessean)
  • Boston officially adopted a student assignment plan meant to cut students’ commutes. (Times, Globe)
  • New Orleans wants to entice high-performing charter schools to rejoin the city system. (Times-Picayune)

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