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Rise & Shine: Thursday, 10/23

  • A new study says admission to the specialized high schools is basically random. (Daily News, Post)
  • A student was assigned twice to high schools that couldn’t meet her special needs. (Daily News)
  • A 72-year-old “counter-recruiter” teaches students about opting out of military recruitment. (Times)
  • The ultra-selective Hunter College High School has seen a drop in applications. (West Side Spirit)
  • The maker of the SAT has designed a new test for 8th graders. (Times)
  • Urban students in America fell short on the latest international math exam. (Post)
  • Education officials in Australia are under fire for not focusing on equity. (The Australian)
  • Scholars Lance Izumi and Bruce Fuller debate presidential candidates’ education policies. (Times)
  • More and more school districts are hiring teachers from overseas. (USA Today)