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NY1 political reporter Bobby Cuza, who spoke about some primary races that should be getting more attention than they are. See all "Road To City Hall" segments Follow us Search Search news.
Tuesday issues like stop-and-frisk in New York City, the death of Trayvon Martin and war and international conflict. Monday to Peter Nelson, director of the New York office of Facing History and Ourselves . The organization works with teachers to
Radio's award-winning daily call-in program, The Brian Lehrer Show, which has been recognized as New York City's most thoughtful and informative talk show. Lehrer is also a commentator on local and national issues on television and in print. Guests
Walcott has been trying to change the tone around hot-button school issues, but has more work to do to win over New Yorkers, Beth Fertig says in this radio segment about the chancellor's first year at the helm of the Department of Education. The
But in an age of multi-billion dollar school budgets, why does sending a child to public school cost so much? Parents who are responding to a SchoolBook survey about the high cost of public school in New York City are ticking off their expenses:
Teachers throughout the city have been objecting to the public release on Friday of individual teacher performance rankings. Brian Lehrer show, they sent comments to SchoolBook and they wrote sometimes lengthy explanations on the forms that
Beth Fertig and Clara Hemphill , senior editor at The New School's Center for New York City Affairs, talked about Thursday's vote on more school closings and the start of the elementary school selection process on The Brian Lehrer Show on Wednesday...
Brian Lehrer Show on proposed mandate to keep students in school until age 18 Cecilia Rouse , professor of economics and public affairs at Princeton University, said President Obama's call to legally require students to stay in school until they
She said an increasing number of parents are turning to outside organizations to supplement science education in the schools. One parent called in to complain that her children's technology classes focus on computers and typing rather than hands-on
The Brian Lehrer Show hosted a gathering of hundreds of New Yorkers Sunday to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy and to discuss whether education is a civil right...He told the audience the point of his student-led strike was not