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Rise & Shine: Sen. Sampson was already suing the city schools

  • The Board of Education met for the first time yesterday in seven years. (GothamSchools, NY1, Times)
  • After the board’s vote, Joel Klein is still chancellor. (Daily News, WNYC, Wall Street Journal)
  • Klein has more power now than if the Senate had passed the Assembly’s mayoral control bill. (Post)
  • The Bronx board member explains her abstentions at the meeting. (Daily News)
  • The Senate Dem who held up the vote is in the middle of suing the DOE over a fired administrator. (Post)
  • The Post calls Sampson’s possible conflict of interest in the mayoral control fight “disgusting.”
  • The Post also says the mayor needs to exact revenge against Albany lawmakers.
  • “Have they no conscience?” the Daily News asks about state legislators from New York City.
  • Summer school started without issues, but some parents said they were annoyed. (Daily News, Post)
  • Cash-strapped states have cut their summer school programs. (Times)
  • Green Dot is in talks to open charter schools in D.C. (Washington Post)

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