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Rise & Shine: Bus companies see only tiny fines for poor service

  • School bus companies that get pricey city contracts have little incentive to improve services. (Daily News)
  • Comptroller John Liu: The city is wasting pre-K funding. (GothamSchools, Post, Daily News, NY1, WSJ)
  • Investigators: A Bronx man cashed a teacher’s pension checks after her death. (GothamSchools, Post)
  • Millennium High School plan to build a gym has run into space and money woes. (Downtown Express)
  • A mom said she spent $20,000 to keep her disabled son from having a two-hour commute. (Daily News)
  • Ongoing investigations at Shuang Wen Academy have the community in crisis. (The Villager)
  • Teachers lost licenses in the first punishments meted out in Atlanta’s cheating scandal. (AJCAP)
  • In Texas, online courses are being used to open doors for students with special needs. (Times)
  • A New Jersey teacher is under fire after bashing homosexuality on Facebook. (Times)