UFT President Michael Mulgrew said the lawsuit claims the city broke its promises to give failing schools the support needed to improve.
Imagine being arrested for sending your child to the school of your choice. That’s what happened to a homeless mother who faces felony charges and 20 years in prison if convicted.
Four New Jersey Yeshiva students have been charged with bias intimidation after being accused of harassing a black school bus driver.
The boys attend a private school and are about 15 years old. Lakewood police did not know which school.
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