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Rise & Shine: Mulgrew accuses city of trying to divide teachers

  • A third of fourth-graders and a fifth of twelfth-graders passed a nationwide science test. (Times)
  • N. Y.’s fourth-graders scored just below the U.S. average and eighth-graders just above it. (DN, Post)
  • As city schools close, more students graduate, but more also drop out, officials said yesterday. (WNYC)
  • Michael Mulgrew told members of E4E that the city pits young teachers against older ones. (Post, NY1)
  • UWS parents protested a proposal to move a Success Academy charter school into Brandeis HS. (NY1)
  • Joel Klein and Michelle Rhee lobby for ending the “last in, first out” layoff method. (Daily News)
  • Brownsville police are helping teens busted for robbery go back to school and get job training. (DN)
  • PS 290’s PTA was rocked after a parent promoted a book that questions the Holocaust. (Times)