Lawyers for the plaintiffs argued in state Supreme court that Cathie Black lacks the required credentials to even be a teacher, much less chancellor of the massive school system.
Lawyers representing more than a dozen parents in three lawsuits are urging a state judge to block a magazine executive from becoming New York City schools chancellor starting next week.
The suit by state Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries and other parents claims that state Education Commissioner David Steiner shouldn’t have granted a waiver to allow Hearst Magazines Chairwoman Cathie Black to take the job.
The movement against Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s choice for Schools Chancellor is gaining strength.
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