By Patrick Wall | Chalkbeat NY
“Chancellor Carmen Fariña told lawmakers last week that 94 of New York City’s most troubled schools must meet ‘clear benchmarks’ or face serious consequences — including closure.
But if parents or members of the public want to find out what those goals are, it isn’t easy.
The city has refused to release the one-page lists of goals that each school received in May, which include targets for attendance, test scores, and graduation rates. The education department is instead referring parents to school improvement plans posted online.”