Well Folk’s Sorry I Have Not Written In A Long While. I Have A New Landlord, For The Past Year And He Is Much Better Than The Last Ywo.
Bill DeBlasio Is Now Mayor And Has So Far Suggested Many Good Program’s That Will Change The Character And Focus Of NYC.
He Has In Fact Placed 3 Private Charter School’s Use Of Public School Building’s On Hold. As Soon As He Announced This Decision, All Hell Broke Loose From Proponent’s Of Charter School’s As Well As One Of Their Bigger Crook’s Eva Moskowitz, President And CEO Of Success Academy, Who Was Slated To Shove Her Company On Public Property With The Bloomberg Buck’s Behind Her This Time Around.
Last week, DeBlasio pulled $210 million from the budget for new charter schools and gave it to an expanding preschool program. There will be no new charter school buildings in New York City, thanks to a “moratorium” on new buildings for charter schools. If they wish to remain in the city, they will have to continue to share buildings with other schools. – See more at: http://misguidedchildren.com/domestic-affairs/2014/02/charter-schools-may-leave-new-york-city-deblasio-strikes-again/12898#sthash.dJMYu8AW.dpuf
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) accused New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio of waging a “war” against children after the mayor announced Thursday that he will rescind approvals for three public charter schools to be located inside traditional public schools.
Two of the three schools were proposed by Success Academy Charter Schools, a nonprofit group, and without the public space will most likely be unable to open. Success Academy, which was also involved in the plan to expand the third school, is run by Eva S. Moskowitz, a former city councilwoman whom Mr. de Blasio Frequently Criticized during the mayoral campaign. He singled out Ms. Moskowitz in expressing his frustration with education in the city, declaring last year: “She has to stop being tolerated, enabled, supported.”
In a statement on Thursday, Ms. Moskowitz said she was startled by the decision — “no parent should have to go through this” — and later spoke to hundreds of parents, students and staff members at Success Academy Harlem 4, the third school affected. She has estimated that the mayor’s plan would affect about 600 students, who are likely to attend public schools instead.