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Rise & Shine: Handball players say PSAL rules rarely enforced

  • Two high school handball players say the city is selectively enforcing competition rules. (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Dennis Walcott hobnobbed with students and courted the press at PS 261. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • Walcott said he didn’t think sexism played a role in Cathie Black’s firing. (Post)
  • Twenty city students will take part in a “Top Chef”-style competition for culinary school scholarships. (AP)
  • Students, staff, and advocates are rallying to save several Queens schools from closure. (Daily News)
  • Geoffrey Canada will be a character witness in the trial of a financier accused of insider trading. (Post)
  • The Daily News calls elected officials “a disgrace” for fighting against an Upper West Side charter school.
  • Newark school officials are sitting on a lot of extra funds but can’t decide how to use them. (USA Today)
  • A Chicago public school is requiring all students to eat the cafeteria food. (Chicago Tribune)
  • Across the country, schools are still grappling with the best way to teach the Civil War. (Washington Post)