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Rise & Shine: Wednesday, 7/23

  • Laura Bush may be No Child Left Behind’s last defender. (USA Today)
  • Washington, D.C., school officials want all schools to offer art, music, and gym, but doing so will be so expensive that class sizes will rise, critics warn. (Washington Post)
  • There are signs of progress — and “serenity” — at Los Angeles’ Locke High School, which was taken over last year by the Green Dot Public Schools charter organization. (L.A. Times)
  • Officials in Georgia are bringing back corporal punishment for students who misbehave. (ABC News)
  • The governor of West Virginia thinks year-round schools will help students learn better. (Charleston Daily Mail)

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