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Rise & Shine: Thursday, 9/4

  • Mayoral control should be maintained, but new checks on the mayor’s power should be put in place, the public advocate’s commission of experts has concluded. (Times, Sun)
  • A movement is underfoot to push Chancellor Klein as the next mayor. (Sun)
  • New anti-bullying rules respond to recent bias attacks in the city’s schools. (Times, Post, AP)
  • At Green Dot, a new charter school in the South Bronx, teachers are giving up many union perks in exchange for higher pay and decision-making input. (Post)
  • Chicago school boycott organizers suspended the boycott after legislators said they’d discuss school funding only if students returned to classes. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Special education continues to flounder in the reform-filled D.C. schools. (Washington Post)
  • Florida’s state supreme court blocked two pro-voucher amendments from appearing on November’s ballots. (Times)