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Rise & Shine: State recruiting students to pilot GED replacement

  • The state is recruiting seniors at some high schools to pilot McGraw-Hill’s GED-like exam, for pay. (WSJ)
  • Anthony Weiner set out support for co-locations and other school policies. (GothamSchools, SchoolBook)
  • The UFT has not yet endorsed a mayoral candidate but has given its nod to 13 others. (GothamSchools)
  • Students at Brooklyn’s J.H.S. 278 were arrested for releasing pepper spray in the cafeteria. (Daily News)
  • As we reported, some principals are protesting state tests by not using scores in admission. (Daily News)
  • The Panel for Educational Policy approved the school bus contracts that spurred the bus strike. (NY1)
  • Gonzalez: A teacher and students are working to honor slaves buried in a park near their school. (News)
  • A Bronx teacher is suing to get her job back after being fired over remarks that a student reported. (Post)
  • A Long Island high school is disciplining students who used Facebook to share test answers. (Post)
  • A marketing company is helping stage the prom of Sandy-struck Abraham Lincoln HS. (Daily News)

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