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Rise & Shine: City labor leaders are gearing up to seek back pay

  • Labor leaders, including Michael Mulgrew at the UFT, are gearing up to push for back pay. (Daily News)
  • DC-37, which represents 121,000 public workers, is endorsing John Liu for mayor today. (Daily News)
  • Weiner made a splash in his education debate debut. (GothamSchools, Times, WSJ, Post, USA Today)
  • A Fort Hamilton High School student resolutely plays volleyball despite having cancer. (Daily News)
  • Classmates of the Queens 12-year-old who committed suicide rallied against bullying. (DNA Info)
  • A former P.S. 208 teacher was acquitted of sexually abusing a 6-year-old student. (Daily News, Post)
  • The Rye Brook school district in Westchester County markets itself to tuition-paying outsiders. (WSJ)
  • California routinely does not educate inmates who are entitled to it. (Center for Investigative Reporting)
  • Colorado’s highest court ended a long lawsuit by upholding the state’s school financing system. (ENC)

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