Wednesday, April 2, 2014 This morning, Stephanie Simon of Politico reports that indeed, after a long battle, the NY State Education Department has finally agreed to sever its relationship with inBloom and will ask them to delete all the student data already stored on its cloud. This was the clear intent of the state budget […]
Letter to Assembly Leaders about their proposed elimination of the Contracts for Excellence (C4E) Law
Today we sent a letter to Assembly leaders, protesting their proposal to eliminate all traces of the Contracts for Excellence (C4E) from the state budget. Why they have done this I have no idea, especially as the C4E law is one of the few remaining traces of the Campaign for Fiscal Equity (CFE) lawsuit, requiring […]
NYC Class Sizes Increase for Sixth Year in a Row, Despite Law Requiring Reduction in Early Grades; Classes are Largest since 1998
NYC Class Sizes Increase for Sixth Year in a Row, Despite Law Requiring Reduction in Early Grades; Classes are Largest since 1998 For immediate release Monday, Nov. 18, 2013 For more information contact: Leonie Haimson, firstname.lastname@example.org; 917-435-9329 NYC CLASS SIZES INCREASE FOR SIXTH YEAR IN A ROW, DESPITE LAW REQUIRING REDUCTION; IN EARLY GRADES CLASSES […]
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