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Rise & Shine: Tuesday, 9/30

  • The School Safety Act, introduced this summer, has found little support outside the City Council. (City Limits)
  • By the end of the year, all principals will be able to buy $100 laptops designed for use in developing countries, which two elementary schools are already using. (Sun)
  • State funding for the city’s schools was central to a debate between two State Senate candidates. (Daily News)
  • Federal education spending is sure to be affected by the financial crisis, no matter who becomes the next president. (Education Week)
  • Schools in Washington, D.C., launched their incentives programs yesterday. (Washington Post)
  • Learning science is especially difficult for students who are just learning English, but a new program aims to help teachers introduce challenging scientific vocabulary. (Education Week)