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Peter Greene Wants Governor Cuomo to Show Some Love to Children Who Opt Out

Peter Greene has an insight: Governor Andrew Cuomo declared his love for charter schools, which enroll about 91,000 students. Will he now become a champion for parents and students who opt out of testing? 29 more words

Charter Schools

King Cuomo's Rendezvous with a Progressive Dictator

The WDT did a story today about King Cuomo’s trip to Cuba in an attempt to market New York. Is Cuomo marketing NY to Cuba for… a shot at being Secretary of State if Hillary wins? 149 more words


New York State Education Department Issues Statement Disparaging Opt Outs as Meaningless

In the midst of a story about a teacher who walked 150 miles to deliver a letter to Governor Cuomo, there was mention of a statement about the opt outs by the State Education Department. 175 more words

Standardized Testing

AWKWARD! Weingarten Attacks Gov. She Helped Elect

Over the weekend, AFT President Randi Weingarten authored a column on The Huffington Post that praised Congress and derided New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. She wrote: 374 more words

Staggering Opt-Out Numbers Across New York

We are truly in the midst of a revolution and today is a historic day for public education in New York State.  Parents across the state have sent a clear message to Governor Cuomo that his education reform agenda is not something that they are willing to have jammed down their throats.   109 more words


New York residents push for CPR training in schools

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The New York board of regents is set to meet on Monday and Tuesday to discuss CPR training in schools.

Parents and grandparents from across the state are putting pressure on them to include CPR training at schools in New York. 67 more words


NT School District waiting on state funding numbers

By Mia Summerson
Niagara Gazette 3.23.15

The proposed budget also has the district dipping into its reserves to help fill the gap and is relying on aid from the state to do the remainder of the job. 381 more words