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State puts burden of ineffective charter schools on taxpayers

Illustration by Mark Wilson for The Sunday Gazette
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During the recent state budget deliberations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo chose to undercut New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio — and the will of an overwhelming majority of New York City voters — by significantly expanding the obligation of the city’s and state’s local property owners and existing public schools to financially and materially support charter schools. De Blasio ran for mayor in part on a commitment to re-evaluate the city’s relationship with the charters ...


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rpterry
April 23, 2014
2:10 p.m.

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Absolutely right. The press has not covered the fact that Brighter Choices closed one school last June for poor results and will close another this year before it gets ordered closed. Buried in the news is poor results for Green Tech charter, some below Albany High.

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