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Rise & Shine: City earns millions from out-of-town students

  • The city earns millions from out-of-town students who pay tuition to attend school here. (Daily News)
  • An analysis of the mayor’s budget showed decreasing spending on classrooms. (GS, DN)
  • City officials say it’s good that schools can buy data programs to fill in ARIS’ gaps. (NY1)
  • The city comptroller plans to audit two of the city’s ambitious technology programs. (GothamSchools)
  • A lawsuit alleges that partitions in school gymnasiums are unsafe for children. (Wall Street Journal)
  • The New York Times urges Albany to extend the surcharge on high-earners to mitigate cuts to schools.
  • Public disapproval of Cathie Black could hinder the mayor’s third-terms education agenda. (Post)
  • N.J. gov. Chris Christie said a Newark schools chief would likely not be appointed until May. (WSJ)
  • A member of District 1’s parent council was arrested for threatening to burn down a school. (Post, NY1)
  • An 11-year-old was arrested for bringing a loaded pistol to his Queens elementary school. (Post)