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Rise & Shine: Friday, 9/12

  • A popular elementary school in Brooklyn Heights, which the chancellor praised just weeks ago, is set to receive a F when the new progress reports are released next week. (Times)
  • Millennium High School in Lower Manhattan recently piloted the National September 11 Memorial and Museum’s education program. (Downtown Express)
  • Freshmen in Chicago high schools are joining the crowd of kids earning cash for grades. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Pesticide-resistant “super lice” are invading schools nationwide. (Daily News)
  • In Rochester, Jean-Claude Brizard, formerly of the DOE, will push local businesses to partner with and support high schools. (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Philadelphia’s schools have fewer black teachers than ever. (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • Business and civic leaders in Massachusetts have formed a coalition to push for more charter schools. (Boston Globe)
  • British parents say they’d like their kids’ grades texted to them. (BBC)
  • A prominent British scientist says creationism should be discussed in science classes. (BBC)