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Rise & Shine: Teachers say special ed services cut to cut costs

  • Teachers say the Brooklyn School of Global Finance cut special education services to cut costs. (Post)
  • Two years after the city said P.S. 138 had no more room, it wants to move a new school in. (Daily News)
  • New York spent more than $1,000 per student on busing, more than any other state, a report finds. (Post)
  • City students whom Hurricane Sandy affected are using the experience in their college essays. (WSJ)
  • Education Secretary Arne Duncan visited Staten Island schools hurt by Sandy. (GothamSchoolsNY1)
  • The city’s teacher pension fund will be invested in Sandy recovery projects. (GothamSchoolsPost, WSJ)
  • WHEELS, a Washington Heights school, has dedicated a classroom to college access. (Daily News)
  • A second woman has sued over lower pay and lewd behavior in the DOE’s facilities office. (Daily News)
  • Missouri wants to tighten test security and not rely on districts to note concerns. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
  • In New Jersey, a teacher who was arrested for streaking was fired quickly under a new tenure law. (AP)