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Rise & Shine: Cash-strapped schools say budgets are too thin

  • More schools than ever are appealing their budget allocations and asking for extra money. (Post)
  • Officials defended school support networks at a Council hearing. (GothamSchools, NY1, Schoolbook)
  • Fewer Regents exams are getting scored exactly 65 in response to grading changes. (GothamSchools)
  • Merryl Tisch said parents who opted out of state tests set a “dangerous precedent.” (GothamSchools)
  • Tisch is among the officials who support mayoral control but wants to see some changes. (Epoch Times)
  • A 1960 DeWitt Clinton alum is making a documentary about the school’s long history. (Riverdale Press)
  • Classmates of a Staten Island girl who committed suicide said she was bullied in school. (Post, News)
  • An expansion project will allow two highly-regarded high schools to operate together. (Times-Ledger)

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