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Rise & Shine: Bus driver abandoned special ed student

  • Another study finds that NYC charter school students outperform students in regular schools. (WNYC)
  • A five-year-old special ed student was left on a bus while the driver had breakfast. (Daily News, Post)
  • A federal audit finds problems in the State Education Department’s tracking of stimulus funds. (TU)
  • Brooklyn Tech’s email prank didn’t really keep kids out of school yesterday. (Daily News, NY Times)
  • A science teacher sold students a book about Satan before the principal caught him. (Daily News)
  • The Post says the UFT’s charter school proposals are dangerous and shouldn’t be considered.
  • Queens council members’ new years resolutions: lowering class size, getting more seats (Daily News)
  • The Empire Center is urging Gov. Paterson to freeze state workers’, including teachers’, pay. (Post)
  • School districts and union have until Jan. 8 to sign onto the state’s Race to the Top plans. (WNYC)
  • D.C. charter schools now have police posted on site after a spate of violent attacks. (Washington Post)
  • An all-girls Montgomery County school is trying to instill interest in engineering. (Washington Post)

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