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Rise & Shine: Thursday, 6/12

  • A new high school — or maybe two — might be coming to Manhattan’s unused Pier 40. (Post)
  • Until it closes in 2010, Lafayette High School plans to have no certified English teachers. (Daily News)
  • Yesterday’s Education Equality Project announcement and the launch of the “Broader, Bolder” campaign on Tuesday are part of a more general “dividing into camps” by reform-oriented Democrats. (Times)
  • It could also herald a rift between Sharpton and the unions that have long supported him. (USA Today)