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Rise & Shine: Wednesday, 6/18

  • No Child Left Behind’s focus on raising the test scores of the lowest-performing students has held higher-performing kids back, according to a new report. (Times)
  • Campaign for Fiscal Equity analysis has found that Chancellor Klein plans to spend more money on successful schools than state law allows. (Post, Daily News)
  • A senior prank lands teachers in the hospital — and might reveal larger issues at the Brooklyn secondary school where it took place. (Daily News)
  • Local farmers and vendors say the DOE’s new, borough-wide purchasing policies will drive up the cost of milk and cause logistical problems. (Post)
  • State legislators will meet until they vote on Gov. Paterson’s school property tax cap. (Post)