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Rise & Shine: Tuesday, 9/23

  • Two new rezoning plans have been proposed to help ease overcrowding on the Upper West Side. (Sun)
  • The city could lose millions in pre-K funding due to state spending rules and a decentralized admissions process. (CityLimits)
  • A Bronx 5-year-old who mistakenly boarded a school bus was dropped off at the end of the line, far from his house. (Daily News)
  • Banning soda in schools may not significantly reduce its consumption, a recent study found. (Times)
  • Many schools forced into restructuring under the No Child Left Behind act still fail to meet achievement targets. (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Jonathan Alter argues for focusing education efforts in developing countries on getting more girls into school. (Newsweek)

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