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Rise & Shine: Fears about coming special ed changes continue

  • Some educators continue to say that the city’s special education reforms are financially motivated. (Post)
  • Federal prosecutors accused Princeton Review of fraud in New York City. (GothamSchools, Times, Post)
  • Advocates say schools are calling 911 over discipline issues. (GothamSchools, Daily News, SchoolBook)
  • Parents at P.S. 67 in the Bronx are not happy that a high school is coming to the building. (Daily News)
  • Two Brooklyn parents describe their sons’ stress over state tests and call for change. (Daily News)
  • State Senate Republicans voted at the last minute to send funds to GOP-controlled school districts. (Post)
  • Michael Goodwin: The growing number of out-of-wedlock births is a big education problem. (Post)
  • Phone companies are not complying with a mandate to cut prices for poor school districts. (ProPublica)
  • Students in a Michigan town with many Muslim students threw an all-girl prom this year. (Times)
  • Two dozen high-performing Los Angeles schools want to go charter to get more money. (L.A. Times)

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