In big cities, school control debate continues

Banks, Clarisse Butler
March 2010
New York Teacher;3/4/2010, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p7
The article focuses on the opposition of parents, educators and union members on the move of government officials to control schools in various cities in New York. It mentions several city officials in the state who express interest of running the school system including Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner and Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy. Local assemblymen Joseph Morelle and David Grant stresses that mayoral control over schools will not work and it will likely disenfranchise residents.


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