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Rise & Shine: Thursday, 6/19

  • Standardizing admission to G&T programs citywide has resulted in less diverse gifted classes. (Times)
  • A wife-and-husband team runs Teach for American and the KIPP network of charter schools. (Times)
  • A deal with developers will give the city one new school and one expanded school in Manhattan. (Sun)
  • Most schools don’t give kids enough physical education. (Daily News)
  • Columbia University’s 5-year-old primary school is not quite the model its founders had hoped. (Sun)
  • Scary times yesterday when an armed fugitive ran into a Brooklyn elementary school. (Post)
  • Principals in the Bronx are starting to decide what programs they’ll cut this fall. (Riverdale Press)