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Back in City Hall for the first time in 8 years, the former mayor joined with Mayor Eric Adams to roll out the program.
“We do not believe our obligation to perform free, random sample surveillance testing extends beyond DOE schools, and we will appeal this decision.”
State authorities have determined that Success Academy, the controversial charter network with 47 schools across the city, is violating the civil rights of kids with disabilities.
Democrats are a favorite to take control of the State Senate, where charter-friendly Republicans have ruled for the last decade.
New York City charter network Success Academy has barely been open a week, but some students are already learning valuable lessons about nepotism and organizational dysfunction.
Both the COO and the CFO have resigned, according to a company-wide email sent by Eva Moskowitz.
The Mayor's Office publicized the deal today, after the state's seemingly charter-free renewal of mayoral control.
Governor Cuomo summoned lawmakers back to Albany for a special session this week after they failed to extend mayoral control during the regular session.
The charter school industry is backed by megarich donors who have poured millions into New York state politics.
"We're going to Catholic School," one parent said. "And I'm Jewish, so I'm really not happy. We already have the paperwork."
Thirteen parents sued the charter network back in January.
"It makes me feel bad as a parent, like, what am I going to do to build her confidence all over again?"
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