CALMING FEARS City preschools are training teachers on what to do if immigration authorities come knocking. Chalkbeat
BUS WOES Despite a new GPS tracking system, parents tell the Daily News that they’re struggling to get real-time information on where school buses are. New York Daily News
OUTREACH Two councilmen say the city should reach out to the thousands of students and school staffers who were near Ground Zero on 9/11 and could have been exposed to dangerous conditions. New York Daily News
BACKLASH The state education department has received more than 140,000 comments opposing its proposal to increase oversight of private schools. New York Post
DOLLARS AND SENSE Sen. Shelley Mayer, chair of the Senate’s education committee, will begin holding round tables this fall — and a public hearing in New York City – over the formula that sends major dollars to schools across the state. Rockland/Westchester Journal News
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