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Rise & Shine: New tech campus to serve public school students

  • Cornell’s tech campus plan promised programs for 10,000 public school students a year. (Crain’s NY)
  • State tests are growing longer this year. (GothamSchools, Post, Times, WSJ, Daily News)
  • City Council: The city must tell parents about school PCBs. (Daily News, SchoolBook, Gotham Gazette)
  • The city is planning to add a middle school to Brooklyn Heights’ popular P.S. 8. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • A dispute over legal liability is holding up city contracts for federally funded “restart.” (GothamSchools)
  • Delaware is the first to threaten rescinding Race to the Top funds for non-compliance. (News Journal)
  • In Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to match school offerings to available jobs. (WSJ)
  • A push is underway to include student voice in teacher evaluations under Chicago’s next contract. (CNC)
  • All Newark students will start taking the ACT this year to test their college readiness. (N.J. Spotlight)

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