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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.
October 7, 2015
Rise & Shine: Will John King’s effort to desegregate New York City’s schools work?
September 28, 2015
Rise & Shine: Could community college soon be free for NY students?
September 22, 2015
Rise & Shine: A new skirmish in the space wars
clashes in the space wars
September 21, 2015
Charter leaders continue to battle de Blasio over space in public school buildings
At the heart of their criticism is the battle for limited space in city-owned buildings, which the de Blasio administration has been reluctant to offer to charters.
September 21, 2015
Rise & Shine: Schools facing quick takeover threat are still waiting for final goals
a new plan
September 16, 2015
Your guide to de Blasio’s announcement, with new goals for grad rate, coding for all
De Blasio recently laid out a host of new education initiatives, and a goal of having all second-graders reading on grade level with the help of new reading specialists.
September 14, 2015
Rise & Shine: Mayor to give ‘important’ education speech Wednesday
September 11, 2015
De Blasio to give ‘important’ education speech Wednesday
The mayor hinted that he would soon have education news to share while on his first-day-of-school tour this week, when he focused his remarks on pre-kindergarten.
September 9, 2015
Rise & Shine: Welcome to a new school year!
September 8, 2015
Rise & Shine: New York City’s door-to-door approach to family engagement
September 4, 2015
Rise & Shine: Cuomo says it’s time to review the Common Core (again)
August 31, 2015
Rise & Shine: What New York City can learn from a low-tension co-location
August 24, 2015
Rise & Shine: Using test scores in teacher evals is unpopular nationwide
August 21, 2015
Rise & Shine: How one New York City charter network is grappling with high school
eyes on opt-out
August 20, 2015
Elia says supporting opt-outs ‘unethical,’ vows to keep pushing feds for waiver
“I think opt-out is something that is not reasonable,” State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia said Thursday.
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