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Rise & Shine: UFT didn't disclose robocalls for Robert Jackson

  • The UFT’s PAC didn’t disclose a robocall made during the primaries, raising questions. (GothamSchools)
  • A new report finds lower pension costs make charter schools in public space cheaper for the city. (Post)
  • The government shutdown forced a Brooklyn after-school program with 35 students to close. (WSJ)
  • More educational casualties of the shutdown: the thousands of students in Head Start programs. (HuffPo)
  • The rollout of the new teacher evaluation system means more tests at the year’s start. (GothamSchools)
  • A prompt on one benchmark assessment focuses on Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Daily News, CBS NY)
  • Shots fired near 140th Street put P.S. 123 and a Success Academy on lockdown yesterday. (DNAInfo)
  • Andres Alonso is being considered for the schools chancellor job under Bill de Blasio, the Post reports.
  • The co-founder of Reddit is raising money for science and technology projects in schools. (Daily News)
  • Bill de Blasio explains his plan B should his pre-kindergarten plan be shot down in Albany. (NY1)
  • Parents’ concerns have delayed plans for a new Upper West Side school playground. (DNAInfo)
  • Corey Johnson, who won a City Council primary downtown, wants more power for CECs. (Villager)
  • More than 260 legal complaints have already been filed against Philadelphia’s schools. (Newsworks)