In a dramatic turnabout that unfolded in three acts at a special school board meeting, Alberto Carvalho said he will remain at the helm of the Miami-Dade school district, reneging on an agreement to lead the nation's largest school system.
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December 20, 2017
New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña plans to announce her retirement Thursday, NBC New York reports, citing "city government sources."
September 12, 2017
Carl Paladino is appealing the decision by New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia in August to remove him from the Buffalo school board for disclosing confidential information discussed in the board's executive session.
June 29, 2017
New York lawmakers, who were called back to Albany for a special session, are likely to approve a measure that will give New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio a two-year extension to run New York City's schools.
June 19, 2017
The New York state legislative session is expected to end on Wednesday, but lawmakers have not yet decided whether to extend New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio control over the city's schools.
March 22, 2017
New York City, the country's largest school system, says it will not allow federal immigration agents to enter its schools without signed warrants, and will host forums to help immigrant families know their rights and services available to them.
June 20, 2016
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wanted a three-year extension, but New York state Senate Republicans offered a one-year deal.
February 17, 2016
The Alliance for Quality Education and The Public Policy and Education Fund of New York is calling for an increase in state education funding in 2016. The groups released a report arguing that the funding gap between poorer and wealthier districts disadvantages poorer students.
January 26, 2016
The New York Department of Education has asked the American Institutes for Research to recalculate student growth scores for all principals in grades 9-12.
January 07, 2016
A new report brief from the New York City's Independent Budget Office says that students who attended schools that were being phased-out were more likely to graduate with a local diploma, which is less rigorous than the state's Regents diploma.