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Rise & Shine: Keeping de Blasio's education pledges honest

  • A review of de Blasio’s many school proposals hints at big changes, but also raises questions. (NY1)
  • As public advocate, Tish James plans to hold de Blasio to his word on education. (GothamSchools)
  • After months of protest, parents sued to block a student data-sharing project. (Daily News)
  • Michelle Obama urged low-income students to take college pursuit into their own hands. (Times)
  • An advisor for Bill de Blasio made her vision for public schools known this week. (GothamSchools)
  • The case for Kathleen Cashin to be the next schools chancellor, according to a professor. (News)
  • An advocate and parent says wandering among students with autism needs more attention. (Times)
  • Attacks from lawmakers on the state education department is a politically safe manuever. (Times Union)
  • The state’s PTA is the latest group to criticize New York’s Common Core rollout. (Post-Standard)
  • As expected, John King’s meeting with parents in Long Island featured plenty of emotion. (Newsday)
  • Citywide school progress reports — perhaps the last ever — come out today. (GS in Brief)
  • A Manhattan school was on a two-hour lock-down after a BB gun was found. (Daily News)
  • U.S. prosecutors are also probing anti-semitism reports in mid-Hudson New York. (Times)