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What Does It Mean to Consider Running for Mayor? Not Much

So you’re considering challenging Mayor Bill de Blasio at the polls in 2017. Congratulations. You aren’t alone.

Don Peebles says he’s considering it. Eva Moskowitz has said she an “ 1,471 more words

GOP Leaders Don't Want Eva Moskowitz Running for Mayor as a Republican

Rejecting a Manhattan GOP leader’s interest in having Democrat Eva Moskowitz run for mayor as a Republican, Republican chairs said today that they would prefer a registered Republican challenging Mayor Bill de Blasio. 439 more words

CHARTER SCHOOLS AND THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE ECONOMY

CHARTER SCHOOLS AND THE PRIVATIZATION OF THE ECONOMY

More than two million students attend charters schools in the U.S. and very few states have no charters.    766 more words

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How to Recognize a Corporate Education Reformer in 5 Easy Steps

  1. RheeForm promises are too good to be true

Without the use of evidence or facts, RheeFormers will promise miraculous results—the RheeForm term was coined to dishonor Michelle Rhee, the witch-queen of the corporate reform movement. 1,483 more words

American Public Schools

Bill de Blasio's Message to His Potential Primary Foes: Bring It On

Ruben Diaz Jr. Hakeem Jeffries. Letitia James. Eva Moskowitz. Scott Stringer. Eric Adams. Don Peebles.

The list of Democrats mulling a challenge to Mayor Bill de Blasio is almost as long as the lines outside of Shake Shack. 573 more words

A Tribute to My Mother, a Teacher - Stephanie Grant Duke, by Wendy S Duke.

My British mother bombed the 11 Plus Exam she had to take as a child. She was very ill that day, but as the test was super important, she went in but her fever took away her focus. 673 more words

Education

Education Lessons From Eva Moskowitz and Success Academies

Eva Moskowitz, founder and CEO of New York City’s ‘Success Academy,’ is one of the most controversial figures in American education today. Readers of her ‘Mission Possible’ (source of most of this material) will quickly understand why, if they don’t already (eg. 2,698 more words

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