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Rise & Shine: Tuesday, 10/7

  • Australian Education Minister Julia Gillard has invited Chancellor Klein to speak in Australia. (Post)
  • A new wrestling center in the Bronx opened by afterschool organization Beat the Streets hopes to help students get and stay on track for college. (Daily News)
  • The study of Latin is on the upswing nationwide, both as a choice and as a requirement. (Times)
  • The Noble Charter School Network in Chicago may be the latest example of successful “no excuses schools.” (NPR)
  • Connecticut is grading schools on how well they promoted nutrition and health. (Medical News Today)
  • All Things Considered asks how each of the candidates would fix NCLB. (NPR)