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Rise & Shine: Monday, 12/22

  • An advocacy group says the DOE isn’t helping pregnant and parenting teens enough. (Daily News)
  • Schools that share buildings deal with special challenges. (Times)
  • A Brooklyn school librarian scrimps and saves to fill her shelves. (Times)
  • Students at a Brooklyn school say a teacher used a racist slur in class. (Daily News)
  • A Queens middle school spent $40,000 getting free professional development. (Post)
  • DUMBO might not be getting a new middle school after all. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Linda Darling-Hammond says U.S. educators should look to Singapore and Finland. (Newsweek)
  • New Jersey is considering holding school board elections at the same time as regular ones. (Times)
  • A California judge has blocked the state’s plan to require all 8th-graders to take algebra. (AP)
  • Ramon Cortines discusses his new job as Los Angeles schools superintendent. (L.A. Times)