Rise & Shine: State test scores are out today. What will they mean for New York City?

RESULTS ARE IN After a longer-than-usual wait, the state is releasing test scores today. The scores will shed some light on whether the city’s education agenda is showing results, the state of the opt-out movement and progress towards equity. Chalkbeat

BLAST FROM THE PAST Success Academy board chairman Dan Loeb has been steeped in controversy even before making a recent, racially charged Facebook post. Here is a look back at some of those episodes. Chalkbeat

Because of the recent controversy, Success Academy could face pressure from its authorizer. Joseph Belluck, who chairs the committee that oversees charter approvals by the State University of New York, said: “It would be difficult for me to expand the network of a school that has somebody on the board that holds those views.” Wall Street Journal

STARTING YOUNG The Administration for Children’s Services has begun offering Early Head Start for 2-year-olds. To meet the demand for teachers, ACS has partnered with CUNY to train parents for the job. NY1

DRAINING THE POOL Opinion: Students will “suffer” under the education department’s new policy of placing teachers from the Absent Teacher Reserve into schools with vacancies. New York Post

MAKE ROOM Space that could be used for a new school is included in a rezoning plan for Downtown Far Rockaway. City Limits

DRESS UP In District 30 in Queens, students of color are far more likely to attend a school with a uniform policy. City Limits

TRICKLE DOWN With Republicans turning their attention to tax reform, here are five ways education could be impacted. PBS NewsHour

NOT GIVING UP YouthBuild works with “disconnected” youth — those who are out of school and not working — to help better their lives. WNYC