Rise & Shine: If Success Academy’s former lawyer starts her own charter network, what would that look like?

Q&A Success Academy’s former lawyer is trying to start her own charter network. We sat down with her to hear her vision for schools. Chalkbeat

FES FINE After the pro-charter group, Families for Excellent Schools, was hit with a fine in Massachusetts, some are wondering if New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will look into the New York-based group next. The Intercept

LGBTQ YOUTH New York City launched an effort to expand and coordinate services for LGBTQ youth. WNYC, New York Post

3-K FOR ALL Opinion: Mayor Bill de Blasio explains why he is starting pre-K for 3-year-olds in Brooklyn and the Bronx. Brooklyn Daily Eagle

SCHOOL LUNCH There are reports of problems in school lunches. CBS New York

CHRONICALLY ABSENT Teachers in traditional schools are more likely to be chronically absent than teachers in charter schools, according to a new study by the Thomas F. Fordham Institute. The 74

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH Only 94 of the 244 higher education institutions in New York state are fully compliant with a law designed to protect students from sexual assault on college campuses. Politico New York, New York Post

TWO GENERATIONS Head Start not only benefits children who participate in the federally funded pre-K program, it also benefits the next generation. Chalkbeat

BAD BEHAVIOR A teenager stabbed another student outside of a high school in the Bronx. New York Daily News, NY1