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Rise & Shine: Here’s where school integration plans stand in five key New York City districts

ACHIEVING DIVERSITY As school segregation continues to dominate headlines, the conversation and work to adress integration is largely happening in a handful of the city’s 32 districts. Here’s where those efforts stand. Chalkbeat

VP DEBATE If you watched last night’s debate, you might be interested in Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s (somewhat surprising) record on education. Chalkbeat

FOOTBALL FIRING Controversial Grand Street High School football coach Bruce Eugene, the first black coach to win the citywide football title, has been fired for letting a Long Island player enroll in the school using Eugene’s Brooklyn address. New York Post

SCHOOL CHOICE The Manhattan Institute’s Jason Riley argues that the strength of charter networks like Success Academy show the value of school choice. Wall Street Journal

MONEY MARCH Supporters of the Campaign for Fiscal Equity are marching 150 miles from New York City to Albany to draw attention to billions in overdue state funding. The 74Chalkbeat (Oct. 3)

RIVER CITY Greenville, Mississippi was the model of Civil Rights era school desegregation — here’s how it fell apart. Hechinger Report

PARACHUTE KIDS More students who grew up in China and Taiwan are enrolling in U.S. schools, but adjusting without much support at home can be a challenge. Hechinger Report