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Rise & Shine: Wednesday, 6/25

  • Some school districts are embracing retention as a way to help kids. (Times)
  • A new study says the achievement gap has narrowed during the era of No Child Left Behind. (USA Today)
  • More on charter schools’ comparatively high test scores. (Post, Daily News)
  • Malcolm Smith, the Democrat from Queens who is likely to be the next State Senate majority leader, loves charter schools. (Sun)
  • About half of the low-performing middle schools that received extra funds this year posted above-average test score gains. (Post)
  • Celia Cruz Bronx High School of Music graduates its second cohort of musicians. (City Limits)