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Rise & Shine: Butter crackdown underway in school cafeterias

  • School cafeteria managers who have ordered butter in violation of a ban face discipline. (Daily News)
  • A Bronx educator is on a crusade to bolster sports programs at small high schools. (GothamSchools)
  • The city is set to approve many new school bus contracts with non-union companies. (Post, Daily News)
  • There still is no report about the safety of the Bronx school moved over toxin concerns. (Riverdale Press)
  • Juan Gonzalez: The city’s only taking school PCBs seriously because someone got hurt. (Daily News)
  • Parents want details on just how fast the city’s accelerated PCB removal schedule will go. (SchoolBook)
  • The city’s independent budget office listed principal bonuses as a possible budget cut. (GothamSchools)
  • The Daily News says state ed chief John King must resist the UFT when imposing teacher evaluations.
  • Washington, D.C., is working to start a charter school that serves the neighborhood. (Washington Post)
  • Connecticut’s governor wants to push through more education reform, but money is getting tight. (WSJ)
  • Fans of a high-performing Jesuit school that faces closure over finances are fighting to stay open. (NY1)
  • Hispanic students’ college-going rates are on the rise, but their dropout rates are still high. (Times)
  • Advocates of integrating Roma into Slovakia’s schools are inspired by Brown v. Board of Ed. (Times)

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