Thursday, April 29, 2010

Your Weekly Public Services News Roundup


NY Post: School tests to bring the flunk

NY Times: Last Teacher in, First Out? City Has Another Idea

Gotham Gazette: A Harlem School Bets on Technology

NY Times: For School Company, Issues of Money and Control

NY Post: Teachers’ lobby has its $way

NY Post: Charter ultimatum: Pol seeks quota on special-needs kids

NY Post: Outrage as school bigs boo$t bosses

NY Times: In Shake Up, Principals May Get More Say Over What Is Taught

Wall Street Journal: Teacher Absences Plague Schools

NY Daily News: Even After Education Department revamps ratings, only four city principals net failing grades

NY Times: City Pushes Shift for Special Education

NY Post: Tisch charter power play

Wall Street Journal: Schools Stockpile Taxpayers’ Cash


Brooklyn Eagle: Man Pleads Guilty in Plot to Bomb Subway

NY Daily News: Pols, NYPD clash over airing real-time info smashups


NY Times: More than 200,000 a Day Are Now Cycling

NY Times: Study Questions Number of Cyclists in New York

NY Post: New $hortfall fear for MTA

Brooklyn Eagle: Brooklyn Growth Shows in Subway Ridership Figures

NY1: MTA Board Approved Capital Construction Plan

City Limits: White House: Congrestion Pricing On The Table

NY Times: M.T.A. Plans More Rounds off Layoffs by July 4

NY Times: Train Stopped Safely by ‘Dead-Man Features’

NY Post: MTA approves $1B deal to develop Hudson Yards

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