New York's Aging Infrastructure, Civics in NY's Schools, School Boards Explainer
On This Week's Edition
On this special edition of New York NOW:
- New York's infrastructure — roads, bridges, rail, and more — get an average grade of "C" from the American Society of Civil Engineers. Assm. Angelo Santabarbara, who's an engineer himself, joins us to discuss.
- The New York State Education Department has launched a new program to connect New York's next generation with civics. We'll take you inside that initiative.
- School boards have gained a lot of attention in recent years. But what is a school board, and what does it do? We'll explain.