Rise & Shine: After the election, undocumented educators reflect on their work

WHAT’S NEXT? After Donald Trump’s election, undocumented educators who were brought to the U.S. as children fear losing protections that allow them to work in the classroom. Chalkbeat

DIVERSITY BILL A new City Council bill, to be introduced today, proposes to create an Office of School Diversity to look into the causes of segregation. WNYC

MOVING OUT With help from Breakthrough New York, and hopefully a scholarship, one teen hopes to get out of the South Bronx and into medical school. WNYC

PRINCIPAL OUT The removal of a Bronx principal shows the difficulty of leading a struggling school. Santiago Taveras, of DeWitt Clinton High School, was removed after an investigation uncovered that he changed courses and grades on transcripts. New York Times 

GETTING CREATIVE A federal grant helped infuse one Red Hook school with art. DNAinfo

ON AIR Families for Excellent Schools has launched an ad campaign accusing Mayor Bill de Blasio of not making room for charter schools. New York Daily News

KEEP IT MOVING Opinion: A rezoning on the Upper West Side is a good start towards integrating schools, but Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Carmen Fariña still have work to do. New York Daily News 

STILL STRUGGLING Opinion: Schools labeled as “persistently struggling” haven’t improved nearly as much as officials tout. New York Post

STUDENT SUSPENSIONS Staten Island has a high number of students who are suspended multiple times. Staten Island Advance

OORAH! A retired principal aims to help fellow Marines by selling his prized model train. Staten Island Advance

KINDERGARTEN CONNECT Applying to kindergarten? Here are some tips from experts. Metro

DANGEROUS DRIVING Five children were taken to the hospital after a school bus crash in Queens. New York Daily NewsNew York Post

SHOCKER A teen was arrested after police said he brought a stun gun to school in Manhattan. New York Post