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Rise & Shine: Choir Academy ex-principal's long, strange trip

  • The ex-principal of Choir Academy of Harlem came to the city after being demoted in Baltimore. (NY1)
  • The state has chosen McGraw-Hill to create a local equivalent to the GED. (GothamSchools, WSJ, NY1)
  • Parents protested over toxin-leaking lights at Manhattan’s P.S. 87 and the city apologized. (NY1, Times)
  • Randi Weingarten said N.J. Gov. Chris Christie is easier to work with than Mayor Bloomberg. (Post)
  • Lehman High School and P.S. 140 in Queens won’t close after all. (GothamSchools, Daily News, NY1)
  • Philadelphia’s vote to close 23 schools went through, despite widespread protest. (Times, Inquirer)
  • The new coalition that Diane Ravitch and others launched will endorse political candidates. (Times)

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