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Rise & Shine: Proposed tenure rules boost city's national profile

  • The city’s newest education policy announcements have put it back on the national radar. (NY1)
  • The principal of International Business and Finance HS was demoted after tackling a student. (Post)
  • A Riverdale high school still hasn’t worked out its start-of-school scheduling issues. (Riverdale Press)
  • PS 95 in Queens appears to be keeping one kindergartner out of classes. (Daily News)
  • A principal under investigation for corporal punishment is retiring mid-year. (Riverdale Press)
  • Mayor Bloomberg personally suspended the teacher who wrote about her sex-worker past. (Daily News)
  • Unlike many schools, Manhattan’s Millennium HS wants to share its building. (Downtown Expresss)
  • Because of the state’s test score changes, it’s hard to know how city students are doing. (WNYC)
  • Gail Collins: “Waiting for ‘Superman'” has issues, but it’s at least put attention on schools. (Times)
  • President Obama’s call for a longer school year will be hard for districts to afford. (AP)