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Sarah Darville is Chalkbeat's national editor. She was previously the bureau chief for Chalkbeat New York and a Google Journalism Fellow.
July 20, 2015
Rise & Shine: What’s next for testing in New York?
Updated July 17, 2015
Here are the 62 New York City schools that could be taken over by outside groups
Most, but not all, of the schools are a part of the city's own high-profile turnaround initiative.
July 15, 2015
Here is the IBO’s backfill information, sorted by charter network
The new information illustrates the sharp divide among independent charter schools over how they filled seats in older grades.
July 13, 2015
Rise & Shine: What the city is doing about the special-ed waiting game
July 6, 2015
As city prepares to redouble focus on career and tech programs, Fariña names new leader
John Widlund, the longtime principal of “Coop Tech” is the city’s new head of career and technical education.
July 6, 2015
Rise & Shine: Why the city’s high school admissions process only works most of the time
July 2, 2015
Rise & Shine: Summer school and student retention numbers drop
Making the grade
July 1, 2015
After rule changes, fewer students held back, sent to summer school
The number of students headed to summer classes has fallen to its lowest level in six years and the share of students held back a grade has declined by half.
Updated June 30, 2015
SUNY charter chair: We won’t authorize more schools without more funding
The SUNY Charter School Institute is facing a choice between maintaining strict standards and stretching its staff thin, according to the chair of its charter committee.
June 29, 2015
Rise & Shine: Chancellor Fariña reflects on the school year
June 26, 2015
Rise & Shine: On school’s last day, a guide to Albany’s final deal
June 16, 2015
Rise & Shine: Regents OK longer delays for districts struggling with new evals
June 15, 2015
Rise & Shine: It’s coming down to the wire in Albany
June 11, 2015
De Blasio lauds CTE programs at union event, saying city will support their growth
"We are going to strengthen them and we are going to make them available to even more," de Blasio said of the city's career and technical education programs.
June 11, 2015
After delay, a Success Academy co-location plan earns rare rejection from city panel
The move could set up a new fight between the city and Success CEO Eva Moskowitz.
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