Rise & Shine: More than half of NYC teachers evaluated, in part, by group measures

MAKING THE GRADE In the 2015–16 school year, 53 percent of teachers were judged, to some extent, using test scores of subjects or students they did not teach. Chalkbeat

UNUSED VOUCHERS A new report shows many students with disabilities across the city are not receiving services they are entitled to, with Bronx students among those least likely to receive such services. DNAinfo, Chalkbeat (July 12)

REZONING CHALLENGE The redrawing of zone lines in District 3 on the Upper West Side could help integrate the high-performing elementary school P.S. 199, but some local parents are worried about what the changes could mean for their neighborhood schools. The Nation

SUMMER HEAT Students enrolled in summer programs at one Queens school are struggling with high temperatures and a lack of air conditioning. NY1

DANCE OF LEMONS Opinion: Forcing schools to hire teachers from the Absent Teacher Reserve ultimately hurts schoolchildren. The 74

Opinion: The new policy will put some of the city’s worst teachers back into the classroom. Wall Street Journal

CHARTER DOLLARS Opinion: New York’s charter school policies are shaped by monetary and political interests. Huffington Post

BUS FIRE Six school buses caught fire in a Brooklyn parking lot on Thursday. New York Post

SALARY TIME Graduates of New York City colleges have some of the highest starting salaries across the country. NBC New York