An analysis of preliminary results from New York State’s May 17 school board elections found that the majority of conservative “parents’ rights” candidates, who oppose mask mandates, critical race theory and other policies, were trounced in their races.
Americans were still reeling on May 25, a day after the carnage in Uvalde, Texas, where an 18-year-old brandishing automatic weapons shot and killed 19 elementary school children and two of their teachers. And emotions were still raw among the union delegates at the Delegate Assembly.
Falsely pleading poverty, the New York City Department of Education released school budgets that needlessly cut school funding and rolled back the progress made in creating small class sizes. See how much money your school could lose if we don't fight these political cuts.
Please note the following guidance for school-based staff for June clerical and Chancellor’s conference days for staff development.