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Rise & Shine: 2013 ed politics draws criticism and a candidate

  • On NY1, Eva Moskowitz said mayoral candidates haven’t yet offered solid education plans. (Politicker)
  • And responding to a column criticizing her, Moskowitz says she wants all schools to improve. (Times)
  • One of many parent leaders weighing political campaigns, Noah Gotbaum registered to run. (Daily News)
  • About 87 schools, like P.S. 9, have mostly poor students but don’t qualify for federal aid. (SchoolBook)
  • Surprised by teachers returning from long leaves, P.S. 24 cut both its music teachers. (Riverdale Press)
  • A former DOE official has published a paper panning the department’s current state. (GothamSchools)
  • The Daily News praises a judge’s ruling allowing churches to keep using rented public school space.
  • Conservative columnist George Will: Chicago teachers are right to be angry at Rahm Emanuel. (Post)
  • Spurning her board’s advice, Newark’s schools chief will lease space to charter schools. (Star-Ledger)