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Rise & Shine: Thursday, 1/12

  • Mayor Bloomberg again said the federal stimulus could save teachers’ jobs. (Daily News, Post)
  • Applications to the city’s Teaching Fellows program are way up for fewer jobs. (Daily News)
  • The military is starting 8-week goal-setting programs at nine city high schools. (AP)
  • Teachers at Brooklyn’s John Dewey High School are worried the school could be shut down. (Daily News)
  • The new online vote for district parent councils has started. (Post)
  • The Riverdale Press highlights how hard it is to get in to a specialized high school.
  • A Queens student was left alone on a locked bus yesterday. (Daily News, Post)
  • A statewide commission to promote teaching black history is inactive. (Times)
  • The recession is a boon for virtual field trips. (Education Week)
  • Greg Toppo at USA Today reviews Jay Mathews’ book about KIPP charter schools.