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Rise & Shine: State comptroller nixes Wireless Generation deal

  • The state’s comptroller rejected the state’s $27 million contract with Wireless Generation. (Daily News)
  • Inside I.S. 136, one of dozens of city schools that that housed Irene evacuees this weekend. (Times)
  • Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.’s first education summit features Diane Ravitch. (Daily News)
  • Graduation rates have risen at some CUNY colleges, while they have dropped at other schools. (Post)
  • The Times says there must be a better way to grade Regents exams, and the state should pay for it.
  • Corporations are getting more involved in schools’ operation and instruction. (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
  • Michael Winerip: Steven Brill’s “Class Warfare” undervalues teachers’ role in school reform. (Times)
  • To cut costs, the Fresno, Calif., schools chief is giving up most of his pay and benefits. (AP)
  • Schools and eco-friendly parents are turning up the pressure against plastic baggies. (Times)
  • George Will: A lawsuit filed by parents in Colorado could enshrine vouchers as an option forever. (Post)
  • A lawyer representing the parents in Colorado says recent history is promising for school choice. (WSJ)