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Rise & Shine: Top principal in trouble for trying to game survey

  • Truman High Principal Sana Nasser told teachers to sway students’ city survey responses. (Daily News)
  • Bronx Academy of Promise Charter School students won a national app-creation contest. (Daily News)
  • As state budget talks near their end, the city’s funding situation is in flux but not ideal. (GothamSchools)
  • Prominent education leaders have donated to Bill Thompson’s mayoral campaign. (GothamSchools)
  • A new school bus driver and matron were arrested after they left a special needs student on a bus. (NY1)
  • Baruch College Campus High School had the most applicants again this year. (Insideschools, Post)
  • The City Council focused on PCBs and high schools during a budget hearing. (GothamSchools, NY1)
  • The first five of the city’s promised 20 in-school mental health clinics will open this fall. (Daily News)
  • After running a lockdown drill in class, a teacher says boredom should be a bigger threat. (USA Today)
  • Despite shifting demographics, 82 percent of education bachelor’s degree earners are white. (Times)
  • Education advocates think Philadelphia should adopt a citywide application. (Phila. Daily News)