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Success Academy parents accuse New York City of denying, delaying special education services in new lawsuit

The New York City education department is accused of routinely delaying and denying special education services to Success Academy students in the Bronx, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal ... read more

The politics of envy

This fall, more than 70,000 students will attend charter schools in New York City ... it will only delay the day when we can provide good educational choices to all children. Eva Moskowitz is founder ... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

Older minors must be reconnected with their parents by July 26, the federal judge ruled. (Radnofsky and Campo-Flores, 7/5) The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS ... are using parasols for s... 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


Rise & Shine: Amid revelations about child lead exposure, de Blasio expands testing

Chalkbeat SUIT UP The city’s education department has delayed and denied access to special education services for students at Success Academy schools in the Bronx, according to a new lawsuit filed by ... read more

As surgery centers boom, patients are paying with their lives

If he “had been observed in a hospital overnight,” said Dr. Daniel Silcox, an Atlanta spine surgeon and expert for the family in their lawsuit, “his death would not have occurred.” The surgery center ... read more

The Daily 202: Trump's trade war is getting very real

The letters were sent to the Baltimore City courthouse, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and a law firm [and were ... must step up their contributions to the defense alliance. The New York Times’ ... read more

De Blasio faces three new charter-school lawsuits

The Success Academy, a charter-school network run by his nemesis Eva Moskowitz, is filing a federal civil-rights lawsuit to ... papers with state Education Commissioner John King to try to reverse Cit... 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

'I'm going to make you eat your words': Mexico's billion-dollar drugs lord THREATENS Donald Trump on Twitter account 'run by his son' and taunts the world after his dramatic ...

He was known for being a rare tax-cutter in Albany and was also the sitting governor when the 9/11 terror attacks rocked New York CIty in 2001 ... federal-level 'Common Core' education standards, whic... read more

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

About three weeks passed before Garrett told a professor about the attack - delays in reporting sexual assaults are not unusual - and the school launched an investigation. The accused student ... proc... read more

Directors Guild Files Disciplinary Charges Against Weinstein

NEW YORK (AP ... Assaults By Weinstein The Television Academy, which bestows Emmy awards, said a disciplinary hearing set for November could lead to termination of his membership. More than 40 women h... read more

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