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Rise & Shine: Wednesday, 7/2

  • The federal Department of Education is letting six states — but not New York — design their own NCLB consequences. (Associated Press)
  • The DOE has released results of the second annual Learning Environment Surveys. (Times, Sun, Post)
  • In Brooklyn, parents are nervous about what will happen when students from two new transfer high schools move into their middle school building. (Daily News)
  • Harlem Children Society is paying for more than 250 teenagers to work in science labs this summer. (Sun)

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