TAKING ACTION After helping students sort through their feelings about the election results, teachers are guiding them towards action. ChalkbeatNY 1

Private schools in the city have offered counseling for students upset by Donald Trump’s win. New York Post

WHAT NOW? Ed reform leaders face hard questions about their work after Trump’s election. Which children should the movement serve? What about rural communities? How should education reform deal with race? Chalkbeat

NOW, WE FIGHT Here’s how the United Federation of Teachers, the nation’s largest local teachers union, responded to Trump’s election. Chalkbeat 

OPEN SESAME The New York City Department of Education won’t appeal a court decision that opened school leadership team meetings, and has instructed principals to allow members of the public to attend. Chalkbeat

KEEPING STEADY After the election, education policy in New York State is “pretty much status quo.” Politico

NOT SO FAST Hundreds have asked the state to delay implementation of English Language Arts standards for the youngest students. Politico

MOVE OVER A charter school in District 3 has applied for an expansion, but some Community Education Council members would rather see more public school seats. DNAinfo

MEET AND GREET The principal of a new school at 75 Morton St. will meet with parents and students. DNAinfo

DRAW THE LINE A new rezoning plan for Upper West Side schools was released at an emotional hearing. Principals voiced their support for the plans. DNA infoSchoolBook

ANOTHER SUIT A Queens principal who has faced previous discrimination lawsuits is facing another, this time for alleged sexual harassment. New York Daily News, New York Post

LIFE LESSON Staten Island third graders participated in a mock presidential election. Staten Island Advance

TOWN HALL Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña take questions at a meeting on Staten Island. Staten Island Advance