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Rise & Shine: Voters in some states face education votes today

  • Slowly but surely, city schools are reopening after Hurricane Sandy. (GothamSchools, WSJ, NY1, Times)
  • Some schools opened without heat on the coldest day of the year. (GothamSchools, Insideschools, Post)
  • The city plans to use today, when classes are canceled, to finalize school relocation plans. (SchoolBook)
  • Some charter schools in public space will open today, after briefly being prohibited. (GothamSchools)
  • Record numbers of Americans are finishing high school and college, according to census data. (Times)
  • A small but growing number of urban schools aim for racial and socioeconomic diversity. (USA Today)
  • In California, voters will decide on a proposition to raise taxes to benefit the state’s schools. (L.A. Times)
  • Voters in Georgia will decide who should let charter schools open, likely determining their fate. (Times)
  • Washington voters will decide if charter schools are allowed; Missourians face a schools tax. (Atlantic)