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Rise & Shine: SAT cheating ring uncovered on Long Island

  • Seven students so far from a top Long Island high school were charged with SAT cheating. (AP, Post)
  • An expanded contract for the DOE’s CyberShift system adds $16.6 million in costs for timekeeping. (Post)
  • A Bronx day care center tries to give its young students academic and cultural experiences. (Daily News)
  • Parents’ annual race to prepare their children for screening for gifted programs has begun. (DNA Info)
  • A City Council caucus is joining negotiations between the city and DC-37 over layoffs. (GothamSchools)
  • An elite private school, Riverdale Country, wants to keep tutoring companies away from students. (Times)
  • A new study finds that students are increasingly ignorant about the country’s civil rights history. (Times)
  • A second Los Angeles school will lose funds over cheating, this time by a former teacher. (L.A. Times)
  • Sixteen rural New Jersey school districts are suing over what they say were illegal budget cuts. (WSJ)
  • After issues, Louisiana will lay out a plan today to monitor charter schools better. (Times-Picayune)