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Rise & Shine: UFT says scores not good for special ed reforms

  • The UFT says students with disabilities in schools undergoing reforms did worse. (Daily News)
  • The city Department of Education does not analyze data to look for possible cheating. (GothamSchools)
  • The most popular kids in high school make more money 40 years later than the former losers. (WSJ)
  • A former Wall Street Journal editor argues that testing is supposed to help poor students. (Post)
  • A school funding lawsuit in Texas places new attention on the state’s changing demographics. (AP)
  • Education came up repeatedly in President Obama and Mitt Romney’s foreign policy debate. (HuffPo)
  • Voters in five states (not New York) will vote on school funding proposals next month. (WSJ)

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