Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The New York Times

Fernanda Santos notes: “On the issue of public school funding, at least one point of disagreement emerged at a hearing on Monday between the budgets proposed by the state’s Board of Regents and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo: the amount of money to be devoted to performance grants.”

Anna Phillips reports: “Many New York City teachers and principals are not using the city’s $80 million student information database, according to an audit released on Monday by the comptroller, John C. Liu.”

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