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Rise & Shine: Schools' compliance with P.E. laws still unclear

  • The city won’t release information about schools’ compliance with physical education laws. (NY1)
  • A judge said a teacher caught with 20 bags of heroin could return to work. (WNYC, Daily News)
    A former principal, terminated for academic fraud, is earning a city paycheck again. (GothamSchools)
  • Eighteen schools told the union they still don’t have their new curriculum materials. (NBC New York)
  • The Post says Bloomberg’s new ed legacy pitch has some holes, but trumps what de Blasio is offering.
  • The play areas at the city’s first ‘green’ playground will capture stormwater to water plants. (NY1)
  • Some Staten Island politicians don’t want another school to move into I.S. 2’s building. (DNAInfo)
  • Concerns about coaching led many city private schools to drop a test score requirement. (NYT, WSJ)
  • California’s decision to suspend state tests isn’t going over well with Arne Duncan. (Washington Post)
  • The Ossining, N.Y. district has seen significant improvements since its days of race riots. (Hechinger)
  • The authors of a study that found benefits to field trips says city students should take more. (Daily News)