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The state’s education commissioner, MaryEllen Elia abruptly resigned Monday, taking members of the state Board of Regents by surprise.
The cap on charter schools in New York is unlikely to be raised this year, due to changing political dynamics in the Democratic-led New York State legislature, and opposition from the teachers union.
Also, NYSUT's DiBrango on need to "Correct the Tests"
Students in the public university systems rallied at the State Capitol to end what they say is a built-in flaw in the state’s student aid policies.
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Says Schwartz should be dismissed from MTA Board
The state’s largest teachers union brought bagpipe players and a brass band to the Capitol to push for a bill to decouple teacher evaluations from the results of standardized tests.
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