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Rise & Shine: Bus issues strand special ed students

  • Special ed students are suffering severe school bus snafus at the start of the year. (Daily News)
  • City teachers are building data systems to compete with the city’s own. (GothamSchools)
  • A “gun-running” teacher sent to the rubber room then became a school dean. (Post)
  • Four schools, including Brooklyn’s PS 10, received grants to teach about opera. (WSJ)

D.C. edition:

  • Adrian Fenty’s loss in D.C. could jeopardize school reforms there. (Times, WSJ, Time)
  • It could also discourage other big-city mayors from pushing major school changes. (NPR)
  • Some D.C. Council members want to see Michelle Rhee stay on until 2012. (Washington Post)
  • The American Federation of Teachers spent more than $1 million to oppose Fenty. (Politico)
  • A D.C. columnist says Fenty and Rhee made mistakes that other reformers won’t copy. (Post)
  • The Daily News says Rhee’s changes to teacher salaries should survive and come to New York.

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