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Rise & Shine: Redo doesn't undo parent council election woes

  • Redone after criticism, online parent elections drew fewer votes and more complaints. (Daily News, Post)
  • Gov. Cuomo proposed soothing pension woes in part by making 65 the new retirement age. (Times)
  • Third-year teacher Juhyung Harold Lee says he’ll go to law school if layoffs aren’t decided soon. (WNYC)
  • City efforts to address space issues could bring settlement in the UFT-NAACP lawsuit. (GothamSchools)
  • Chancellor Walcott: I’m even more hurt knowing that the national NAACP supports the suit. (Daily News)
  • The fundraising arm of the schools department is starting to track alums from graduation. (Daily News)
  • State reviews of four struggling city schools resulted in a recommendation that they be closed. (Post)
  • Responding to last year’s student drowning, the city tightened field trip rules. (GothamSchools, Times)
  • Parents at PS 107 in Park Slope say a new kindergarten will make the school too crowded. (Daily News)
  • A 16-year-old girl was shot just after leaving the Soundview campus in the Bronx. (NY1, CBS New York)
  • State lawmakers could decide to raise SUNY and CUNY tuition by 5.5 percent in five years. (NY1)
  • Seven parochial schools on Staten Island are closing this year, putting pressure on public schools. (NY1)

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