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Rise & Shine: Success Charters disclose massive ad spending

  • Juan Gonzalez: The Success Charter Network spent $1,300 per new student on marketing. (Daily News)
  • Along with the rest of the city, summer school classrooms grew stifling in the heat wave. (Daily News)
  • Brooklyn Prospect Charter School is leaving its shared site on a path toward its own home. (Daily Eagle)
  • The city is replacing the head of its troubled parent office. (GothamSchools, Times, Daily News, Post)
  • A controversial new law makes prostitution near schools an even more serious offense. (Daily News)
  • Each artwork in the city schools’ robust collection is meant to reflect the school where it appears. (NY1)
  • A program where artists help students produce art for schools has produced 50 works in 20 years. (NY1)
  • Chicago’s schools chief, Jean-Claude Brizard, is tweaking the system’s middle management. (Tribune)
  • Budget cuts are raising uncomfortable questions about states’ commitments to deaf education. (Times)