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Rise & Shine: Assembly outlines education priorities

Wednesday, Mar. 15, 2017
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Good morning! City schools are back open today. We hope you enjoyed the snow day.

During the day off, we read through the Assembly's budget proposals and picked out the education items. Also, the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute released a study that uses surveys to show school climate has worsened since Mayor Bill de Blasio started implementing discipline reforms. 

— Monica


Rise & Shine

A roundup of education news and analysis

SURVEY SAYS School climate worsened after de Blasio's discipline reforms, according to the conservative-leaning Manhattan Institute. Chalkbeat

FINAL COUNTDOWN The Assembly released its one-house budget bill, which rejects what it calls the executive budget's "repeal" of foundation aid and invests in a college affordability plan. Chalkbeat, New York Post

UNION VOICE The Board of Regents is likely to gain a new member who is a former teacher and union leader. Chalkbeat, Politico New York, Press & Sun- Bulletin

STAY THE COURSE Even though Congress scrapped Obama-era education regulations, little is changing in states across the country. Chalkbeat

SHOW ME THE MONEY Assembly Democrats want Cuomo to provide millions of dollars earmarked for struggling schools. New York Daily News

NO SNOW DAY City schools are open again today. DNA info, CBS

HIDDEN TREASURE Construction workers at a new school in Queens discovered fragments left behind by an American artist. NY1

SCHOOL BUILDING A group of students with special needs will move from a trailer into a permanent classroom. DNAinfo 

TAKE THE ADVICE Editorial: De Blasio should "change course immediately" on discipline after the Manhattan Institute's report. New York Daily News

Editorial: The Manhattan Institute's report confirms that de Blasio's reforms aren't working. New York Post



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