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Rise & Shine: N.J. ed budget cuts unconstitutional, judge says

  • To counter anti-Bloomberg teachers union ads, the mayor paid for his own. (NY1, Times, DN)
  • For the first time, a charter operator will try to turn around a struggling charter. (GS, Post, NY1)
  • N.J. Gov. Chris Christie’s school budget cuts unconstitutional, a judge reported. (Times, Star-Ledger)
  • Eva Moskowitz: ending the seniority-based layoff system is a “complete no-brainer.” (Daily News)
  • Although the N.Y. Archdiocese is laying off teachers, it is also recruiting young college graduates. (DN)
  • In L.A., Arne Duncan said No Child Left Behind should be rewritten to reflect student progress. (LAT)
  • Chicago schools are putting $18 million into an effort to create a “Culture of Calm” in schools. (NPR)
  • A charter that requires students to pass six A.P. exams wants to open in D.C. (Washington Post)
  • Sixth and ninth-grade survivors of a tsunami-struck school graduated, only a week late. (Times)