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Rise & Shine: Friday, 2/6

  • No more private school kids applied to specialized high schools than in the past. (Post)
  • The application process for two new schools in Tweed has many parents confused. (Downtown Express)
  • The Daily News says the city’s AP scores show that New York City needs mayoral control.
  • The stimulus bill would double federal spending on schools. (Christian Science Monitor)
  • A top-ranked suburban district is giving more opportunities to average students. (Times)
  • A lone New Hampshire town doesn’t provide public kindergarten. (USA Today)
  • The Los Angeles teachers union has organized a top charter school there. (L.A. Times)
  • Jay Mathews: New research shows rap music isn’t to blame for low reading scores. (Washington Post)