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Rise & Shine: Friday, 6/13

  • The DOE still hasn’t told 5th graders with special needs where they’ll be going to middle school. (Daily News)
  • Added Value farm in Red Hook teaches urban kids about sustainable agriculture. (Sun)
  • UFT prez Randi Weingarten prefers “Broader, Bolder” to the Education Equality Project. (Sun)
  • NCLB requires failing schools to offer free tutoring, but it doesn’t help needy kids. (Washington Post)
  • David Brooks takes a look at Obama’s education platform. (Times)
  • Some Park Slope parents are looking forward to the impending rezoning of PS 321. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Despite protests, a new charter school will open this fall at PS 15 in Red Hook. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Poly Prep’s lower school is the first LEED-certified school building in New York City. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Community service is a focus at MS 391 in the Bronx. (Norwood News)