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Rise & Shine: Grade-changing suspected at a Queens school

  • The charter school located in Brooklyn’s JHS 126 curtailed JHS 126’s use of its new library. (Daily News)
  • Pre-K teachers were trained Monday in how to screen all students for developmental delays. (NY1)
  • Report cards at PS 147 in Queens suggest that students’ grades were revised upward. (Daily News)
  • Proposed rules for school vending machines allow only low-calorie drinks such as seltzer. (Times)
  • The Post says it draws the line at the anti-obesity initiative that’s cutting students off from bake sales.
  • Chicago will use statistics to identify 10,000 students at risk of violence and then help them. (Times)
  • Some think Chicago’s school closures, which mix gangs in schools, are causing the violence. (AP)
  • Under Arne Duncan’s innovation fund rules, bigger grants will go to proven programs. (Times)
  • Teachers say an Albany charter school secretly videotaped them in class. (Albany Times-Union)

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