Rise & Shine: Stabbing near 'persistently dangerous' school

  • A Bronx teen was stabbed near his violence-ridden special needs school. (TimesWSJDaily News)
  • Researchers and advocates are working to restore the role of play in children’s lives. (Times)
  • Private schools routinely ask students with special needs to leave, which they can legally do. (Times)
  • More school complaints were made but fewer were substantiated last year. (Post, NY1)
  • Queens politicians are going to bat for Jamaica High School, which the city wants to close. (Daily News)
  • Ross Global Charter’s petition to stop its closure says the city didn’t give it fair warning. (Post)
  • School turnarounds depend on principals, who can halt improvement by leaving. (Boston Globe)