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Rise & Shine: Wednesday, 12/10

  • Mayor Bloomberg has asked city agencies to cut another 2 percent from next year’s budget. (Newsday)
  • Parents around the city have their own ideas about how to cut school budgets. (Insideschools)
  • Parents in the Bronx are planning to push for more school seats in their district. (Daily News)
  • A State Supreme Court ruled in favor of 90 nearly fired Teaching Fellows. (GothamSchools)
  • The city rolled out lesson plans about Robert F. Kennedy yesterday. (NY1)
  • In the Times, the dean of City College’s ed school suggests putting high school admissions online.
  • England is going forward with its plans for New York-style school report cards. (Guardian UK)
  • Scores on an international math test are up; science scores are flat. (Times, GothamSchools)
  • Kids in England are now better at math, but they like it less, a study finds. (Guardian UK)
  • Budget cuts are bringing down states’ plans to improve data systems. (Education Week)