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Rise & Shine: City quietly lets top principals keep extra funds

  • Schools that get high progress report grades will be able to keep their rainy-day funds after all. (Times)
  • Construction has started on renovating the Brandeis HS building for Upper West Success. (WNYC)
  • The City Council awarded the UFT $2 million to help the group find space for its charter school. (Post)
  • Summer school started with a bang at Boys & Girls HS, where students set off fireworks. (NY1)
  • The Performance Conservatory School valedictorian who wasn’t allowed to graduate speaks out. (NY1)
  • New revelations from Atlanta show that school officials held weekend cheating parties. (AJC)
  • The head of a tutoring nonprofit says East Harlem needs a planned charter school. (Daily News)
  • Across the country, budget cuts mean some schools are shortening their days or even weeks. (Times)
  • Cities and states are grappling with even bigger funding shortfalls as stimulus dollars end. (Reuters)

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