Education

Governor Cuomo during a coronavirus update on April 1st.
New York State budget deal may cause NYC, other districts to tighten their belts
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Governor Cuomo at a charter school rally in 2014.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to back charters, but he’s unlikely to flex his influence in the state Legislature.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Monday, March 16.
With the help of Apple, T-Mobile, Charter and more, city schools are going virtual, but some say the transition is too little, too late.
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Shelley Mayer, chair of the state Senate Committee on Education
Lawmakers are aiming to block some of the governor’s education proposals as talks get underway to pass a budget by the end of the week.
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State Budget Director Robert Mujica
State Budget Director Robert Mujica explains big plans to change state education spending.
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Lawmakers are questioning the Specialized High School Admissions Test required to get into schools like Bronx Science.
How Democrats will decide kids’ futures in 2020.
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Democratic lawmakers are now taking steps to get themselves in a position to prevail in this decadelong education funding fight once and for all.
Lawmakers have a chance to beat Cuomo in a decadelong school aid fight.
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Interior of a classroom.
A contentious, complicated and perennial issue in state politics, explained.
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School lunch.
The options may not be inherently healthier, but are part of a more nutritious program.
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John Liu.
Lawmaker says de Blasio push to scrap SHSAT would cause ‘years and years of strife.’
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