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Senate Republican Leader Fights for NYC Charter Schools

New York State Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos is outraged by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to cancel classroom space for three high-performing Success Academy charter schools.

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New York Daily News Editorial: Find New Schools for Displaced Students

Next year, 210 students at Harlem Success Academy 4 will need to find a new school.

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New York Post Opinion: Keep Successful Charter Schools Open

Next year, Shea Reeder will likely have to enroll her son in a public school that is performing at a significantly lower level instead of keeping him in a successful charter school.

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NY Governor Supports the Charter School Movement

In an interview for “The Capital Pressroom,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo praises the charter school movement.

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NY Daily News Editorial: NYC Mayor Strikes against Charter Schools

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña issued their first serious attack on charter schools. Three thriving Success Academy charter schools will have to relocate from their current location in public-school buildings.

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NY Daily News Opinion: Our Students Need the Common Core

New York State is on the verge of halting implementation of the Common Core standards. New York Urban League President and CEO Avra Rice explains why a moratorium would be a big mistake for parents and students.

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NY Post Editorial: De Blasio Attacks Success Academy Charter Schools

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has decided to discontinue three Success Academy charter schools from using public-school space, leaving hundreds of students without a school for next year.

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National Urban League Supports the Common Core

National Urban League President and CEO Marc H. Morial discusses why the Common Core standards are critical for American education.

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NY Daily News Opinion: Co-location Does Not Affect Performance

In New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio has indicated plans of charging charter schools rent for sharing space with traditional public schools. Many argue that co-location threatens student performance in public schools.

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NY Post Editorial: NYC Charter School Parents March to the Capital

New York City parents and students are marching to Albany to save the future of charter schools. After receiving minimal support from Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña, charter school families are seeking help from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the capital.

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