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Rise & Shine: City to give all HS juniors free online SAT prep

  • Schools statewide are facing a $2 billion budget shortfall. (NY1)
  • Opponents of proposed school closures hope to convince the PEP to vote the proposals down. (NY1)
  • The city is paying for all high school juniors to be able to take online SAT prep classes. (Post)
  • The choir that had been connected to the troubled Choir Academy of Harlem is no more. (Times)
  • The city’s bid to give private schools sole use of public ballfields was rejected again. (Daily News, Times)
  • The principal of Brooklyn’s JHS 234 claimed handicapped teacher parking spots for herself. (Daily News)
  • A D.C. charter school with low enrollment and shaky finances is closing in June. (Washington Post)
  • A Detroiter suggests that the city schools could be fixed if parents had to participate. (Detroit Free Press)

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