Mayor Bloomberg, Please Listen
Mayor Bloomberg was busy this weekend responding to frustrated parents who want a say in their kid's education and the city's latest school reorganization. From the New York Times:
The Bloomberg administration has been battered with criticism over its handling of the schools in recent weeks, from parents irate over midyear changes to school bus routes and from a coalition of elected officials and parent and community groups who say they were not sufficiently consulted about plans to further restructure the school system.
We're already making progress in bringing the Mayor to the table. From the Daily News:
And even Chancellor Klein is finding it harder to downplay parents' concerns. From a Daily News interview with the Chancellor:
But parents won't be satisfied until we're heard. From the New York Post:
And we need to keep speaking out, or else we won't get a say. From NY1:
The public wants a say in what goes on in New York City schools, and we'll continue to mobilize until we're heard. Parents are ready to talk. Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein, please listen.
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