September 2018 Archives

Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who won his primary in a landslide, pledged to make sure districts are efficiently and effectively spending the money the state gives them.

The state has fought with the federal government and civil rights activists over how it holds schools accountable for some groups of students. Florida is the only state still without a federally approved plan.

Republican Diane Douglas originally ran on a platform of getting rid of the state's common core standards, but ended up in a legally fraught relationship with the state's board of education.

The ruling last week blocking a ballot measure that would have pumped $690 million more into schools has lit a match under an already combustible midterm election.


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