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Rise & Shine: U.S. students lag in math on international tests

  • U.S. 15-year-olds scored in the middle in reading and science but lagged in math. (Times, USA Today)
  • De Blasio won’t make his top picks for schools chancellor public. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • Schools nationwide are rethinking their “zero tolerance” response to minor offenses. (Times)
  • The UFT’s cooperation on a grant application may signal a city-union relations thaw. (GothamSchools)
  • De Blasio said a poll showing wide support for his pre-K tax plan should sway lawmakers. (SchoolBook)
  • The state teachers union says a property-tax cap widens the spending gap between districts. (Capital)
  • High-school applications were due Monday, capping a daunting process for some. (GothamSchools)
  • Educators in a school near where a man was murdered recall how they kept students safe. (Times)
  • A program invests $30,000 per student for five years to help them get into and through college. (NY1)
  • Teachers continue to adapt to the “politicized and misunderstood” Common Core standards. (AP)
  • A boy with disabilities who left his Bronx middle school was found in Times Square. (Daily News)