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Rise & Shine: Charter operators who oppose rent are paid a lot

  • Many of the charter operators who don’t want to pay rent are paid more than the chancellor. (Daily News)
  • Several upstate districts are forgoing Race to the Top funds over student data worries. (Journal News)
  • The Department of Education is set to give a $100 million food contract to a troubled company. (Post)
  • President Obama visited a much-hyped Brooklyn school. (GothamSchools, Times, Daily News, NY1, AP)
  • We explained the buzz over the school, Pathways in Technology Early College HS. (GothamSchools)
  • The Daily News says Obama’s visit should be a lesson to Bill de Blasio about not changing school policy.
  • The state plans to cut some tests, but critics say the efforts aren’t significant. (Times, AP, WSJ last week)
  • Advocates for diversity at elite high schools are hopeful about a de Blasio administration. (Daily News)
  • A college student asks the next mayor to aid charter schools like the one he says changed his life. (Post)
  • Joe Lhota drew attention to his support for the charter sector at a campaign stop. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • The Daily News says schools are better than pre-Bloomberg, so the new mayor shouldn’t change them.
  • More military families are opting out of frequent school transitions by choosing home-schooling. (AP)