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Rise & Shine: Despite windfall, city not reducing layoff estimates

  • The city says it found $2 billion but still needs to lay of 4,666 teachers. (Times, Daily News, NY1, WSJ)
  • A group of teachers say “last in, first out” layoff rules are too blunt but not all bad. (WNYC)
  • N.J. Education Commissioner Chris Cerf unveiled a plan to limit, but not eliminate, tenure. (Times, Post)
  • PS 308 is decrepit and can’t fit the charter school that’s slated to move in, people there say. (Daily News)
  • Ed Sec Arne Duncan said districts should lay off neither all young nor all senior teachers. (Post)
  • The Daily News says Paul Egan’s restaurant meltdown highlights the teachers union’s foibles.
  • Andrea Peyser: Cathie Black’s appointment is turning out to be a political mistake for Bloomberg. (Post)

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