“I’m so happy to be here, so happy,” said Dennis Walcott, addressing the New York City Department of Eduction staff this afternoon while standing in front of the marble staircase inside the Tweed Courthouse.
“You’ll see me in your offices, you’ll see me hanging out,” Walcott told the staff. “I told some folks already, you Read More
A developer’s vision for a stunning, hourglass-shaped skyscraper at the corner of 57th Street and Second Avenue is moving forward, albeit in an ill-defined form.
The city’s Educational Construction Fund, which is working with luxury residential developer World-Wide Group on the project, filed plans with the Department of Buildings on Sept. 10 for the Read More
City Comptroller Bill Thompson slammed the mayor’s education efforts this morning at a forum on fiscal accountability at Fordham University.
According to a written version of his comments, Thompson said the Department of Education “is in the midst of its third reorganization in five years. As you know, I am the chief investment advisor to Read More
From today’s school funding decision, which lowers the level of mandated state aid for city schools and kicks the issue to the legislature, here are two passages that’s sure to infuriate people who pushed the issue into the courts:
“On the question of accountability, the Referees concluded that existing State systems, identifying schools Read More