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Rise & Shine: A call for Bloomberg to be "education ex-mayor"

  • The Post says Mayor Bloomberg should spend his money becoming the city’s “education ex-mayor.”
  • The attorney who is suing the state over the city’s school funding said he is sure he’ll win. (Times Union)
  • Democrats in the state legislature are split on whether the city should get funding back. (GothamSchools)
  • The Bronx HS of Science students charged with hazing appeared in court for the first time. (WSJ, Times)
  • In light of the charges, a photograph showing the students at play takes on other meanings. (Daily News)
  • District 24’s elected parent council is joining the chorus against planned charter schools. (Daily News)
  • The ex-principal of Choir Academy of Harlem is fighting the city more than a year after being fired. (NY1)
  • Five friends at Channel View HS, which was hit hard by Sandy, are headed to top colleges. (Daily News)
  • A P.S. 183 teacher was fired after using his DOE email address in personal ads. (Post, Daily News)
  • A Bronx mother is suing over an injury she says her son received in P.S. 325’s crowded yard. (Post)
  • Bill Phillips: Automatic closure for poor performance should be a rule for all charter schools. (Daily News)
  • Massachusetts lawmakers want to lift the cap on charter schools in some low-performing districts. (WSJ)
  • For people on the ground, the reasons offered to explain school closures are hard to understand. (Times)
  • South Dakota has become the first state to allow teachers to carry guns in school. (Times, WSJ)

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