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Rise & Shine: To avert closure, Columbus HS might go charter

  • Columbus High School wants to avoid its planned closure by becoming a charter school. (Post)
  • A writer for the teachers union newspaper says he was fired for trying to unionize workers. (Daily News)
  • The city says discarded school desks should have been reused, not discarded. (Post)
  • The principal of a Brooklyn school was chastised for letting teachers drink at prom. (Daily News)
  • For the first time, the city is handing out summer lunches via food trucks. (NY1)
  • The city’s spending on homeless youth is way up. (Post)
  • A rep of the conservative Manhattan Institute says city schools are better, despite lower scores. (Post)
  • After cutting its staff size by 10 percent, Yonkers is now cutting its curriculum and programs, too. (Times)
  • Half of Chicago’s charter schools are operating at a fiscal deficit. (Times)

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