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Rise & Shine: A redo one possible fix for HS admissions delay

  • NYU says it will give space for a new school sometime in the future. (GothamSchools, Times, Post, NY1)
  • Mayor Bloomberg, President Clinton, and other big names attended the UFT’s 50th birthday party. (NY1)
  • The Post urges the judge in the school closure lawsuit to release high school admissions letters.
  • One possibility is that eighth graders will have to submit high school applications all over again. (Post)
  • Students learn about business by creating virtual ones in a citywide entrepreneurship program. (NY1)
  • Unnamed “educators” say the teachers union is letting charter schools lose more money. (Post)
  • A struggling high school in Savannah, Ga., is the latest to declare it will fire all teachers this year. (AP)
  • D.C. teachers could soon get a long-overdue contract containing a 20 percent raise. (Washington Post)
  • Geoffrey Canada visited Tulsa, Okla., where the Harlem Children’s Zone is being replicated. (News on 6)

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