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Rise & Shine: Budgets now too tight for principals to plan ahead

  • The school investigations office received 4 percent more complaints last year. (Daily News)
  • A review of city school lunches shows they have too much salt. (NY1)
  • Chancellor Klein told principals they’ll no longer be able to save money for the future. (Daily News)
  • A teacher says she’s without support after her life was threatened at Dewitt Clinton HS. (Riverdale Press)
  • A Tribeca parent council failed to reach a decision on a contentious school rezoning plan. (Tribeca Trib)
  • Albany’s Race to the Top bill could limit who gets to approve charter schools. (GothamSchools)
  • Citing states’ rights, Texas won’t submit a Race to the Top application. (Times, Houston Chronicle)
  • Senate President Malcolm Smith is backing an Albany charter school facing closure. (Albany Times Union)
  • New Jersey Gov. Christie’s ed chief pick is a conservative whose confirmation fight could be tough. (Times)
  • Texas is gearing up for a long battle over what gets taught in social studies classes. (AP)

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