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Rise & Shine: City spends less on Metrocards to move more kids

  • Despite new initiatives, the DOE still does not make data about bullying available. (Gotham Gazette)
  • The city launched a new school violence hotline yesterday. (NY1)
  • Spending on Metrocards is lower and more efficient than the $1 billion spent annually on buses. (Post)
  • Three East Village schools are the first in the city to ditch meat in some of their school lunches. (NY1)
  • Experts say homelessness among city students is on the rise. (Columbia Spectator)
  • President Obama backed the Central Falls mass firing and other turnaround efforts. (Times, AP)

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