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Rise & Shine: Mixed outcome for city schools in state budget

  • A tentative state budget fills in city school funds lost over teacher evaluations. (GothamSchools, WSJ)
  • Seven additional educators are under investigation for trying to juke their survey stats. (Daily News)
  • Bloomberg’s latest picks for the Panel for Educational Policy have charter school ties. (GothamSchools)
  • A P.S. 183 teacher axed for bribing students said she was punished for not taking gifts. (DNAInfo, Post)
  • The city has joined with other districts to pool school food buying power. (GothamSchools, Daily News)
  • Students at M.S. 331 in the Bronx will apply their meditation lessons at the United Nations. (Daily News)
  • The number of city students taking the private school entrance exam fell by 4 percent this year. (Post)
  • A Stuyvesant-bound Queens eighth-grader won a city spelling bee for the fourth time. (Daily News)
  • The head of Tucson’s school district, in turmoil over its Mexican studies program, has resigned. (Times)

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