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Rise & Shine: Some special-needs students still without schools

  • More than 660 kindergartners with special needs still haven’t received school placements. (Daily News)
  • More on the rejection of Wireless Generation’s contract to build a state data system. (Times, WNYC, WSJ)
  • The cancellation of the contract leaves the state’s plans for a new data system in limbo. (GothamSchools)
  • Most of the school workers set to be laid off earn very little, their union points out. (GothamSchools)
  • The workers, most from DC-37, won’t know until the first day of school who is getting laid off. (Daily News)
  • The Daily News calls for the ruling limiting the role of test scores in teacher evaluations to be overturned.
  • Some districts might move spring break to accommodate the state’s test schedule change. (WSYR-TV)
  • In Chicago, new schools chief Jean-Claude Brizard is starting the year with angry teachers. (Tribune)