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Rise & Shine: After CEC elections, ongoing problems in Queens

  • Queens parents want to know why they were booted off of local councils after being elected. (Daily News)
  • The state’s new online learning regulations will let students take courses their schools can’t offer. (Post)
  • Some principals say the budgets they were given are just not enough to function. (GothamSchools)
  • Some principals are planning to make ends meet this fall by filling teachers’ responsibilities. (WNYC)
  • Connecticut’s test scores show that Gov. Dannel Malloy hasn’t yet fulfilled campaign promises. (WSJ)
  • Nationally, just 16 of 800 schools eligible for federal turnaround funds have actually been closed. (AP)
  • Opinion varies on the future of athletics at powerhouse JFK High School, set to close. (Riverdale Press)
  • A reorganization of New Jersey’s education department has made space for new hires. (N.J. Spotlight)
  • California’s school board refined rules that allow parents to revamp struggling schools. (L.A. Times)