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Rise & Shine: Monday, 6/16

  • After a spring of mailing malfunctions, the DOE has paid to have some admissions letters hand delivered. (Insideschools, Sun)
  • Al Sharpton supports Chancellor Klein, but not his budget cuts. (Daily News)
  • Budget cuts are threatening some of the programs that have made LaGuardia High School famous. (Daily News)
  • Backers of a proposed Hebrew language charter school say they won’t try to use DOE space. (Post)
  • A Queens school loses its battle to cut a program for deaf students. (Daily News)
  • Lafayette High School will keep a couple of English teachers, after all. (Daily News)
  • A program of intensive socialization works well for kids with Asperger Syndrome. (Washington Post)