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Rise & Shine: Allegations of grade-tampering in the Bronx

  • Randi Weingarten’s mayoral control position is making parents and teachers angry. (GothamSchools)
  • At Eagle Academy in the Bronx, teachers say they were asked to change kids’ grades. (Daily News)
  • Details mount about the Harlem principal who passed out an inflammatory survey to teachers. (Post)
  • A look at some of the students who could be the last to graduate in D.C.’s voucher program. (Post)
  • Two charter school operators say the math scores mean charters have been proven successful. (Post)
  • The Wall Street Journal says people need to stop undermining New York City’s school reforms.
  • Some extremely gifted kids turn to special schools for an academic challenge. (Education Week)
  • City students are helping design a new pedestrian-only plaza in Times Square. (NY1)
  • The U.S. military is in talks with a number of school districts to open military-style schools. (AP)
  • The claim that states build prisons based on student test scores is probably bogus. (Washington Post)
  • A 100 Black Men conference next week will focus on education issues. (Post)