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Rise & Shine: A scholarship bait and switch for some HS grads

  • The city’s top accountability officer has resigned. (Times, GothamSchools 1, 2)
  • Hunter College tried to pull scholarships from city students who had been awarded them. (Daily News)
  • City Council candidates explain where their kids go to school and why. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Parent councils fear rezoning will be stalled while the councils legally don’t exist. (Riverdale Press)
  • Manhattan’s Murry Bergtraum HS isn’t letting other schools use its ballfields. (Downtown Express)
  • Upper West Side families want a high school that gives them admissions priority. (West Side Spirit)
  • The City Council has cleared the way for a Park Slope school to be torn down. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • In Chicago, criticism of state tests but praise for students’ higher scores on them. (Chicago Tribune)
  • An special ed study found that too many Boston students were kept in separate classes. (Boston Globe)

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