Eliza Shapiro

Capital Education: D.O.E. vs charters, again -- Senate ed chair’s potential next post:

Capital Education: D.O.E. vs charters, again -- Senate ed chair’s potential next post

Bio: Eliza Shapiro reports on city politics and education for Capital.

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Capital Education: D.O.E. vs charters, again -- Senate ed chair’s potential next post

Capital Education: D.O.E. vs charters, again -- Senate ed chair’s potential next post

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City to issue $40M community schools R.F.P. in January

Plans call for community-based organizations to help turn 83 struggling schools into community schools

Nov. 21, 2014

 
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De Blasio backs Fariña’s charter enrollment critique

The mayor stuck by the chancellor's claim that charter schools under-recruit special education students and English language learners

Nov. 21, 2014

 
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Charter groups blast Fariña’s ‘false’ enrollment claims

Families for Excellent Schools and the New York City Charter School Center released statements criticizing the chancellor

Nov. 21, 2014

 
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Weingarten on de Blasio’s ‘audacious’ community schools

The U.F.T. hosted an event to introduce politicians to the community school model on Thursday

Nov. 21, 2014

 
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Capital Education: Weingarten on community schools -- P-TECH replicators ‘haven’t won yet’

Capital Education: Weingarten on community schools -- P-TECH replicators ‘haven’t won yet’

Nov. 21, 2014

 
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Fariña outlines charter school enrollment goal

The chancellor said all charters should enroll the same population as their district counterparts

Nov. 20, 2014

 
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Capital Education: Charter-cap timing; F.E.S. looks north

Capital Education: Charter-cap timing; F.E.S. looks north

Nov. 20, 2014

 
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Poll: New Yorkers split on more charters

Quinnipiac released a new poll on Wednesday

Nov. 19, 2014

 
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Report: More city high schoolers in college, few degrees

The Research Alliance for New York City Schools released a new report on high school students today

Nov. 19, 2014