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Rise & Shine: Cuomo says $240M school aid hit won't be forever

  • Gov. Cuomo said his $240 million penalty to city schools would not reduce the city’s future aid. (Post)
  • Insideschools launched a student-focused high school guide. (GothamSchools, Post, NY1, DNAInfo)
  • Retirees play an unusually powerful role in the city’s teachers union. (GothamSchools/Hechinger)
  • Parents and frustrated at the seven Bronx schools newly set to close worry about the future. (Daily News)
  • Chancellor Walcott urged principals again to reach out to parents about new standards. (Daily News)
  • Flatbush parents are upset about a city plan to redirect kindergarteners from P.S. 119. (Daily News)
  • Investigators found that a Bronx teacher’s relationship with a 17-year-old student produced a baby. (Post)
  • California could become the first state to offer a full set of for-credit college courses online. (WSJ)
  • Boston will vote tonight on an de-zoning plan devised by an outsider, an MIT doctoral student. (Times)
  • A leading senator wants a federal program to wire schools to bring faster connections to all. (Times)

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