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Rise & Shine: Friday, 10/24

  • The DOE’s $80 million data-management system, ARIS, has been out of commission all fall. (Times)
  • The DOE plans to open citywide gifted programs in Brooklyn and Queens next fall. (Times)
  • The sociologists behind Eduwonkette decry the city’s progress reports. (West Side Spirit)
  • High school parents want involvement but schools don’t make it easy, a new report finds. (EdWeek)
  • A new report says American kids are less likely to graduate from high school than their parents. (AP)
  • In England, sex education will now be compulsory and start at age 5. (Guardian UK)
  • Mayor Daley isn’t sure he wants to see a high school for gay students. (Chicago Sun-Times)