Legislature Plays With Numbers on Class Size Amendment

Jac Wilder VerSteeg, Sun Sentinel

October 2, 2015


City Schools are Overcrowded, With No End in Sight

Yasmeen Khan, WNYC

September 23, 2015


City Pressed to Allow Public into School Leadership Team Meetings

Ruth Ford,

September 16, 2015


De Blasio’s Plan to Lift Poor Schools Comes with High Costs and Big Political Risks

Kate Taylor, The New York Times

September 16, 2015


Boro Gets Least Funding Per Student: Report

Sadef Ali Kully, Time Ledger

September 11, 2015


Privacy Concerns Don’t Curb Use of Classroom Apps

Tom Risen, U.S. News

September 8, 2015


Facebook to Develop New Software for Schools to Help Kids Learn at Their Own Pace

Hanna Sanchez, iSchoolGuide

September 7, 2015


Trailers Coming to PS144

Gabriel Rom, Times Ledger

September 5, 2015


Facebook Offers Free Education Software in US

BBC News

September 4, 2015


Facebook Takes a Step Into Education Software

Vindu Goel and Motoko Rich, The New York Times

September 3, 2015


School Leadership Teams Shouldn’t Meet in Secret

Liza Featherstone, AM New York

September 2, 2015


Newport Teachers Unite in Protest

Mark Schieldrop, Newport Patch

September 2, 2015


Class Notes: What’s really at stake when a school closes?

Jelani Cobb, The New Yorker

August 21, 2015


Jews and Public Education Reform

Seth Sandronsky, Jewish Currents

August 27, 2015


Fariña Keeps School Meetings Private, Despite Judge’s Ruling

Susan Edelman, New York Post

August 23, 2015


Opting Out is the Only Option

Leonie Haimson and Jeanette Deutermann, City & State

August 18, 2015


Real Solutions to the Scandal of Struggling Schools

Leonie Haimson, Gotham Gazette

August 17, 2015


‘Quotas’ at city schools pressures teachers to pass failing students

Susan Edelman, New York Post

August 9, 2015


De Blasio Not Doing Enough to Fix School Overcrowding, Critics Say

Amy Zimmer, DNAinfo

July 29, 2015


How much space does a school need? City agrees to tweak its answers

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat New York

July 28, 2015


95% of parents satisfied with NYC schools, but few take survey

Lisa Colangelo, New York Daily News

July 21, 2015


NYC Parents, Teachers and Students Give Their Schools High Marks

Yasmeen Khan, WNYC Schoolbook

July 20, 2015


School Ratings Raise Skeptics’ Eyebrows

Isabel Angell, The Riverdale Press

July 30, 2015


No Child Left Un-mined? Student Privacy At Risk in the Age of Big Data

Farai Chideya, The Intercept

June 27, 2015


Experience matters: Some local districts have more experienced teachers

Alissa Scott, Utica Observer-Dispatch

June 24, 2015


Parents Call on City  to Fight School Overcrowding by Doubling New Seats

Amy Zimmer, DNAinfo

June 18, 2015


A Celebration of Civil Disobedience

Vicki Cobb, The Huffington Post

June 10, 2015


After judge says school leadership meetings are public, city tells principles they are not

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat

June 10, 2015


Time to Reform Mayoral Control

Leonie Haimson and Shino Tanikawa, Gotham Gazette

May 28, 2015


Despite concerns in Congress, tracking data can help students

Corinne Lestch, Fedscoop

May 21, 2015


Chancellor Farina announces new NYC school data tracking tools

Mary Frost, Brooklyn Eagle

May 21, 2015


Data breach triggers sharing of personal info for 4,000 students

Melissa Sanchez, Catalyst Chicago

May 19, 2015


Poll: Voters oppose giving mayor ‘sole’ control over schools

Geoff Decker, Chalkbeat New York

May 13, 2015


Offering an education in surveillance

Rachel Stickland and Leonie Haimson, Journal Gazette

May 12, 2015


LGBT community has parochial school security plan

Patrick Rocchio, Bronx Times

May 10, 2015


Is your student’s homework data private?

Maureen Groppe, IndyStar

May 8, 2015


New York state court rules “school leadership team” meetings must be open to the public

Legal Clips NSBA

May 7, 2015


Activists, Companies Have Mixed Reaction to Proposed Student Privacy Law

Heather Kays, The Heartland Institute

April 29, 2015


Judge: Open Leadership Team meetings at NYC public schools

Associated Press

April 24, 2015


New York City Parents Grade Mayor on Campaign Promises

Karla Scoon Reid, Education Week

April 24, 2015


School Leadership Meetings Are Open to the Public, Judge Says

Elizabeth Harris, The New York Times

April 23, 2015


Judge: De Blasio Must Open City School Meetings to The Public

Sarina Trangle, City & State

April 23, 2015


Rejecting city argument, judge rules that school leadership meetings are public

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat New York

April 23, 2015


Anti-‘Common Core’ activists leak state’s English exam online

Aaron Short, New York Post

April 23, 2015


Group gives de Blasio varying marks on education

Bronx News 12

April 20, 2015


Parents Group Gives De Blasio Poor Marks On Education

CBS New York

April 19, 2015


家長不滿意白思豪 給市政教育打低分

Epoch Times (Chinese)

April 19, 2015


Education Advocacy Group Gives NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio A Range of Grades

Mark Morales, The Wall Street Journal

April 19, 2015


De Blasio flunks ‘report card’ on city schools improvement

Aaron Short, New York Post

April 19, 2015


[Video] Education Panel Debates Common Core

Inside City Hall, NY1

April 16, 2015


[Audio] Are the Stakes of Standardized Testing Too High?

Too the Point KCRW, NPR

April 16, 2015


Queens opting out with thousands in NY

Cristina Schreil, Queens Chronicle

April 16, 2015


Parents Complain About Brand Placement in State English Tests

Amy Zimmer, DNAinfo

April 16, 2015


[Video] BK Live 4.15.15: NYS School Test Opt Out

Brooklyn Independent Media

April 15, 2015


[Video] Common Core Protests and Controversy

Tiemp0, ABC 7

April 12, 2015


Advocates say companies, schools invade student privacy with data mining

Moriah Costa,

April 8, 2015


Thousands of NYC families will boycott state math, reading exams: activists

Lisa Colangelo, New York Daily News

April 5, 2015


Leonie Haimson: Student Privacy Laws in the U.S.

Heather Kay, The Heartland Institute

April 1, 2015


Official vow to release contracts info earlier; take heat for budget delay

Geoff Decker, Chalkbeat New York

March 26, 2015


Student Privacy Bill Delayed

Heather Kays, Heartland Institute

March 23, 2015


Representatives Propose Legislation to Protect Student Data Privacy


March 23, 2015


Proposed student data privacy bill does little to protect privacy (update)

Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post

March 23, 2015


Department of Education does an about-face, cancels firm’s $637M contract to provide computer services to public schools

Juan Gonzalez, New York Daily News

March 19, 2015


Parents, educators rally against Cuomo

Anthony O’Reilly, Queens Chronicle

March 19, 2015


Search for PARCC leaks raises new questions about test security measures

Adam Clark,

March 17, 2015


Video: “Exit 10/55,” WLNY 10/55’s Richard Rose interviews Jeanette Deutermann of Allies for Public Education about the controversial Common Core testing

CBS New York

March 15, 2015


Official, Education Advocates Demand More State Funding For NYC’s Public Schools

CBS New York

March 15, 2015


School protesters are Cuomo-phobic

Noah Hurowitz, The Brooklyn Paper

March 13, 2015


Parents and Teachers Protest the Cuomo Education Agenda

Rick Cohen, The Non-Profit Quarterly

March 13, 2015


At schools’ anti-Cuomo protests, thousands sing and shout

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat New York

March 12, 2015


Schools Rally Against Cuomo’s Education Policies

Lindsey Christ, The Wall Street Journal

March 12, 2015


Parents and Teachers Join Forces Against Cuomo’s Education Agenda

Yasmeen Khan, WNYC Schoolbook

March 12, 2015


200 city schools hold rallies to oppose Andrew Cuomo’s education reforms

Ben Chapman, New York Daily News

March 12, 2015


Inwood Schools Join Citywide Protests Against Cuomo’s Education Agenda

Lindsay Armstrong, DNAinfo Inwood

March 12, 2015


Downtown School Forms ‘Human Chain’ to Protest Cuomo’s Teacher Evaluations

Irene Plagianos, DNAinfo Financial District

March 12, 2015


Park Slope Parent’s Rally Against Cuomo’s Proposed Teacher Rating System

Leslie Albrecht, DNAinfo Park Slope

March 12, 2015


Hundreds Protest Cuomo Schools Plan With Human Chain at Fort Greene School

Janet Upadhye, DNAinfo Fort Greene

March 12, 2015


Public School Kids to Cuomo: Don’t Destroy Our Schools

Jake Dobkin, The Gothamist

March 12, 2015


Profit, Performance, Protest: Slope Schools Stand Up Against Cuomo’s Proposed Education Budget & Reforms

Mary Bakija, South Slope News

March 12, 2015


NYC Parents, teachers rally against Cuomo’s public school agenda

Mary Frost, The Brooklyn Eagle

March 12, 2015


Protesters stand up to Cuomo’s education reforms

Brooklyn News 12

March 12, 2015


At widespread anti-Cuomo protests, parents and teachers to join hands

Brian Charles, Chalkbeat New York

March 11, 2015


New York City Schools Plagued by Overcrowding

Leslie Brody, The Wall Street Journal

March 3, 2015


City: Nearly Half of NYC Students in Overcrowded Schools

Yasmeen Khan, WNYC Schoolbook

March 3, 2015


Ahead of vote, a tech contract raises questions of transparency, oversight

Geoff Decker, Chalkbeat New York

February 25, 2015


New contract from city’s Department of Education to questionable technology firm does not compute

Juan Gonzalez, New York Daily News

February 24, 2015


Letita James oppose $1B school Internet contract with tech firm

Yoav Gonen, New York Post

February 24, 2015


DOE hiring tech firm linked to kickback scheme

Yoav Gonen, New York Post

February 24, 2015


4 Reasons Parents Are Happy That School Superintendents Are Back in Power

Amy Zimmer, DNAinfo

January 23, 2015


Schools feel press of growing demands

Maya Rajamani, The Riverdale Press

January 21, 2015


Obama takes on Google in law to protect privacy of U.S. kids

Laura Colby, Bloomberg News

January 21, 2015


Obama to propose new student privacy legislation

Emma Brown, Washington Post

January 19, 2015


Parent Coalition Calls for New Federal Student Privacy Protections

Samatha Colton, Amsterdam News

January 15, 2015


Charters have right to share space with public schools: court

Julia Marsh, New York Post

January 13, 2015


Barack Obama to seek limits on student data mining

Stephanie Simon, Politico

January 11, 2015


Faced with lawsuits, city argues school leadership meetings are not public

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat New York

January 9, 2015


Latest 2014 Newsclips


Advocates eagerly await E-Rate vote- Pearson to revamp PISA- Sobering pleas on school violence- Jindal Blast Duncan ahead of NOLA visit

Caitlin Emma, Politico

December 11, 2014


UFT calls for end of tax break for absentee co-op and condo owners to cut K-3 classes to 15

Masie Mcadoo, UFT News

December 9, 2014


To reduce class sizes, UFT looks to absentee landlords

Brian Charles, Chalkbeat New York

December 9, 2014


Cut City Class Sizes by Increasing Taxes on Absentee Owners: UFT

Sybile Penhirin, DNAinfo

December 9, 2014


Teachers Union Wants City to Close Tax Loopholes for Absentee Apartment Owners

Leslie Brody, Wall Street Journal

December 9, 2014

Union: Absentee Homeowners should help NYC schools

Beth Fertig, WNYC Schoolbook

December 9, 2014


Parents, legislators push back against Common Core

Kelli B. Grant, CNBC

December 1, 2014


Is there a school for my child? Education options

Nadine Hoffmann, The Villager

November 27, 2014


Washington passes class size initiative — 2016 field packed with education wonks — FSU president will meet with outraged students

Maggie Severns, Politico

November 10, 2014


Students finding success with ‘flipped’ learning

Asbury Park Press

November 5, 2014


Bond Act Passage Translates to More Seats in NYC Schools

Patricia Willens, WNYC Schoolbook

November 5, 2014


Why I’m Voting ‘Yes’ on the Smart Schools Bond Act, Proposition 3

Leonie Haimson, Gotham Gazette

November 4, 2014


About these three proposals on Tuesday’s NY ballot

Mary Frost, Brooklyn Daily Eagle

November 3, 2014


Play Nice: NYC Panel Recommends Space-Sharing Tactics for Schools

Beth Fertig, WNYC SchoolBook

October 31, 2014


Challenges of having charter schools in the city buildings are being tackled by an expert panel

Ben Chapman, New York Daily News

October 31, 2014


N.Y.C. Schools to Open Doors to Student Cellphones

Sam Atkeson, Education Week

October 29, 2014


EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Education Department official’s $420K contract violate ethics rules, critics say

Ben Chapman, New York Daily News

October 19, 2014


Ed. Data-Mining Research Effort Wins Federal Grant, Raises Privacy Questions

Benjamin Herold, Education Week

October 10, 2014


Student-Privacy Pledge for Ed-Tech Providers Draws Praise, Criticism

Michele Molnar, Education Week

October 7, 2014


Teachers union gives de Blasio a pass on school overcrowding

Yoav Gonan and Carl Campanile, New York Post

October 3, 2014


Quietly, UFT reports that classroom overcrowding is getting worse

Geoff Decker, Chalkbeat

September 30, 2014


NYC Schools Overcrowded, Professors Say (+Video)

Petr Svab, Epoch Times

September 24, 2014


City’s most crowded school packs in 4 times its capacity

Susan Edelman, New York Post

September 7, 2014


EE.UU.: Cinco millones de niños estudian en contenedores

Anahi Rubin,  teleSUR

September 1, 2014



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