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Success Academy parents sue de Blasio administration over special education services
The Success Academy charter school network says the city is routinely discriminating against its students in the South Bronx, delaying and denying special education services ... filed a lawsuit Tuesda... read more
How Are You Enjoying the de Blasio Revolution?
Polls suggest New Yorkers just don’t think the city is functioning well. The raving vagrant on the street corner; the delivery truck blocking the box; the interminably delayed subway ... with Eva Mosk... read more
Trump helped mislead investors about his involvement in real estate projects — and made money when projects failed
In interviews and press conferences, Ivanka Trump gave false sales figures for projects in Mexico's Baja California; Panama City, Panama; Toronto; and New York's SoHo ... shortfall and delays by subco... read more
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New York City Loses Special Education Appeal
The justices issued a split 4-to-4 decision in the case, New York ... special education before parents may unilaterally remove their child from the school and seek full reimbursement at public expense ... read more
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare
Another respondent, Bob Rosenthal, 38, who works for the New York ... the city. "It was never, never meant to be as much of a success as it was. Instead, some of us learned. Some of us actually took a... read more
Success Academy is finding strength in numbers. The high-profile charter-school group has more than doubled the number of its students taking state math and English exams since 2013 while keeping... read more
More lawsuits for Brooklyn charter accused of mistreating disabled students?
according to the nonprofit New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG). NYLAG, along with Jenner & Block, filed a lawsuit on Thursday on behalf of five parents of children attending Achievement First Crow... read more
Why this controversial former CNN host is launching an education news site
She founded a nonprofit, Partnership for Educational Justice, to help a group of parents bring a lawsuit challenging tenure and disciplinary-adjudication rules in New York ... accused the 47-year old ... read more
Charter schools: Wave of the future?
http://podcasts.cnn.net/cnn/services ... only to city and state officials but to the school’s board of directors. In a short period of time, students’ reading and math scores have risen at Coney Islan... read more
Skipper: A new way of looking at things
Let’s think about perspective for a few minutes. I am reminded of a story Bud Johnson of Mason City loves to tell about his grandson, Noah, who is now a student at Waldorf University. When Noah was a ... read more
A Year of Victories and New Challenges
They are also more likely to face audits for compliance with federal higher education laws (usually because they accept student aid), so they’re reluctant to accept at face value what seems like an un... read more
Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast
President Barack Obama planned to travel to the northern New Jersey town of Paterson on Sunday to survey damage. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo estimated the damage to his state alone at $1 billion during ... read more