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Rise & Shine: Friday, 11/7

  • The City Council wants the DOE to change gifted and talented admissions procedures. (City Room)
  • Principals are starting to worry about how to deal with budget cuts. (Post)
  • Obama’s administration must soon take on the flaws of No Child Left Behind. (Washington Post)
  • The Highbridge section of the Bronx is getting a much-needed new middle school. (Daily News)
  • The DOE is planning to construct just two new high school buildings. (Daily News)
  • Harlem’s Sojourner Truth School fears budget cuts even while celebrating Obama’s win. (CNN)
  • Racist graffiti is back at PS 224 in East New York. (Daily News)
  • In the Bronx, the Norwood News offers a roundup of local principals’ goals for this year.
  • The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle editorializes in favor of Richard Mills’ tenure at NYSED.
  • Jay Mathews says a new study shows KIPP schools help their students who stay. (Washington Post)
  • A Harvard professor says better teachers are key to better schools. (Boston Globe)