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Rise & Shine: Friday, 10/3

  • Parents and community leaders will urge the DOE to address school overcrowding with a rally at City Hall and the launch of A Better Capital Plan campaign. (Daily News)
  • UFT president Randi Weingarten says she will ask the DOE to reconsider its ban on teachers wearing political buttons in class. (Post)
  • Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s new Urban Initiative aims to prepare students to work in underserved urban communities. (MarketWatch)
  • Students from poor families have narrowed the achievement gap in the Washington, D.C. area since the start of No Child Left Behind. (Washington Post)
  • An estimated half million readers all read the same book in Jumpstart’s effort to break the world record and encourage early childhood literacy. (NY Times)
  • One add-on to the bailout bill passed by the Senate is an expansion of a program that helps rural schools. (NY Times)