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Rise & Shine: A top teacher says all the paperwork drove her out

  • The Supreme Court said a school strip search of a 13-year-old girl was uncontsitutional. (Times, WSJ)
  • Bronx Early College Academy improved the most on the city’s school surveys. (Daily News)
  • More and more, the city says, it is asking residential developers to provide school seats. (NY1)
  • Bloomberg forecasts chaos if mayoral control expires. (GothamSchools, Post, Daily News, WNYC)
  • Why a top teacher at PS 150 is retiring early: The mounting paperwork, she says. (Downtown Express)
  • In Queens, a debate over whether schools should hold classes in trailers. (Queens Chronicle)
  • The school year will start a day later for students this year. (GothamSchools, City Room)
  • The state’s top court ruled that the comptroller can’t be made to audit charter schools. (WCBS Albany)
  • Famed crooner Tony Bennett toured the Queens high school named for his friend, Frank Sinatra. (Times)
  • In D.C., excessed teachers are called “surplussed.” Jay Mathews is looking for them. (Washington Post)
  • A Greenwich Village parent calls the DOE’s plan to move a local middle school frustrating. (The Villager)
  • WNYC examines whether Harlem’s charter school fights inspired competition, or just unfriendly rivalries.