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Rise & Shine: Report finds spending on art supplies is way down

  • A report finds that spending on art supplies is down by two-thirds in recent years. (Daily News)
  • The pool of teachers without positions is set to rise. (GothamSchools, Wall Street Journal)
  • A mother who says her son’s mouth was duct-taped as punishment is suing the city. (Post)
  • The outgoing principal at Muscota New School gave out a flood of “U” ratings. (Times, WSJ)
  • Valedictorians attended a barbecue in their honor at Gracie Mansion last night. (S.I. Advance)
  • Some say Chelsea High, which will get new help next year, is already improving. (The Villager)
  • The Times says the new small schools report should embolden the city to open more small schools.
  • Among Stuyvesant’s valedictorian’s achievements: Starting a Harry Potter club. (Downtown Express)
  • Students at JFK HS, where officials stole money, said the school is “always broke.” (Riverdale Press)
  • Detroit’s money manager fired the schools chief, over the school board’s objections. (Free Press)
  • D.C schools chief Michelle Rhee says she’ll leave if D.C.’s mayor isn’t reelected. (Washington Post)

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