clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Remainders: State and city budget directors clash over cash

  • The state’s budget director said the city’s reserves mean teacher layoffs should not be necessary. (DN)
  • Mayor Bloomberg’s budget director shot back that the state’s math is flat-out wrong. (State of Politics)
  • Bloomberg wants to make it harder for special ed students to use public funds for private school. (WNYC)
  • The U.S. never had any “glory days” of public education, a new report suggests. (Curriculum Matters)
  • A UC-Boulder study questioned the precision of the L.A. Times’ teacher rankings. (Answer Sheet)
  • Will Cathie Black’s rocky relationship with the public make it harder for her to ask Albany for money? (DN)
  • Early word from the “Parents Across America” event tonight: Ravitch’s recommendations. (EdNotes)
  • Randi Weingarten says the current political vibe between teachers and management is “toxic.” (HuffPo)
  • More than 2,000 charter parents went to Albany today to lobby for more funding. (WTEN)
  • Would Cathie Black’s “self-promoting” ways just be called “business savvy” if she was a man? (Jezebel)
  • Just 28 percent of science teachers follow national guidelines for teaching evolution, says a report. (NYT)

Sign up for the newsletter Chalkbeat New York

Sign up for our newsletter.