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Rise & Shine: Teachers give Joel Klein low marks on city survey

  • Just a third of teachers said they approve of Chancellor Klein on the city’s annual survey. (Post)
  • The city decided against delaying the first day of school. (GothamSchools, Daily News, WSJ)
  • Fighting over next year’s calendar finished the year for the city and union. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • Yesterday was the last day of existence for the infamous teacher rubber rooms. (GothamSchools, Times)
  • The city is shrinking its programming for students incarcerated on Rikers Island. (GothamSchools)
  • The city didn’t tell an upstate district that the principal it hired was in trouble here. (Journal News)
  • The homeless student who was barred from taking a Regents exam graduated yesterday. (Daily News)
  • A student who set fires at Stuyvesant HS won’t go to jail but can’t go back to Stuy. (Daily News)
  • Many schools are starting the summer unsure about how long they’ll continue to exist. (NY1)
  • The city kicks off its annual summer meals program today. (NY1)
  • Students at the video game-themed Quest To Learn school live in imaginary Creepytown. (NPR)
  • New York State continues to have the highest per-pupil spending of all states. (Post)
  • The Post laments what it says are diminishing standards at city gifted programs.
  • Los Angeles parents are using celebrities to push back against school budget cuts. (AP)

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