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Rise & Shine: Statewide student data system is in the works

  • The Post endorses Bloomberg (again) for mayor, but says he may regret running. (Post)
  • NYS’s ed department is building a system to track student test scores and evaluate teachers. (Post)
  • City health officials are warning of a mumps outbreak among children in Brooklyn. (Daily News)
  • The DN agrees with Thompson that the city can’t afford 4 percent raises for teachers. (Daily News)
  • D.C. schools in low-income neighborhoods took the brunt of budget cuts. (Washington Post)
  • Arne Duncan called scores of education schools “mediocre,” but praised Teachers College. (Times)
  • David Brooks praises the Obama Administration’s “quiet revolution” in education policy. (Times)
  • Veteran substitute teachers are getting little or no work in Los Angeles. (L.A. Times)
  • Curtis High School employees are getting ticketed because of a sign they can’t see (S.I. Advance)