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Rise & Shine: Regents-free schools want state to let them grow

  • A respected consortium of high schools exempted from testing wants to expand its portfolio. (WSJ)
  • A new CUNY community college with a focus on creative remediation opened yesterday. (Post, NY1)
  • A court put an end to Alabama’s controversial practice of checking for citizenship at schools. (AP)
  • College enrollment for young Hispanic adults has soared; numbers stood pat for blacks. (Times)
  • A dispute with a city agency has led to frozen pay for more than 150 day care workers. (Daily News)
  • Hoping to avoid co-location on one island, a charter school looks to another one. (GothamSchools)
  • Poll: More New Yorkers like Bloomberg than dislike him, but no one wants him to run again. (Times)