In The News This Week:


Churches at Schools Get a Reprieve (WSJ)

Queens Teacher Charged With Sex Crimes (NY Times)

Affluent, Born Abroad and Choosing New York’s Public Schools (NY Times)

The DOE anticipates another increase in kindergartners in Lower Manhattan (Downtown Express)

Brooklyn Tech to students: No homemade baked goods allowed (Gotham Schools)

City to Release Teacher Ratings After Union Loses Suit (NY Times)

Governors Island Could Get Newark-Based Charter School (DNA Info)

Cory Booker and Chris Christie: Teachers Should Live in Downtown Newark (The Nation)



Abuse Cases Put Los Angeles Schools Under Fire (NYT)

Rhode Island School District Will Not Appeal Prayer Banner Case (NYT)

Seeking Money, Texas Schools Turn to Advertisements (NYT)

A Chicago charter school network earned $200,000 by fining students for discipline infractions (Chicago News Cooperative)

Obama Proposes NAEP Cut; Seeks State Pilot for Global Testing (Education Week)

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