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Rise & Shine: Friday, 1/16

  • New York State might introduce a new diploma for special education students. (WNYC)
  • A system-wide review of special education is set to begin at the DOE. (GothamSchools)
  • Chancellor Klein visited Greenwich, Conn., to tout accountability and pay incentives. (Greenwich Citizen)
  • Downtown Express profiles the two new elementary schools opening at Tweed in September.
  • NYU hasn’t moved forward with plans to provide space for a new public school. (The Villager)
  • Parents of children with special needs spoke out at a Staten Island forum. (NY1)
  • A state appeals court ruled that the state comptroller can audit charter schools. (Newsday)
  • The D.C. teachers union is trying to find out which members are at risk of being fired. (Washington Post)
  • Nationwide, schools are planning to bring the inauguration into the classroom. (AP)