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Breaking Faith with NYC's Schools

Michael Rebell, Executive Director of the Campaign for Educational Equity, based at Teachers College, argues in the New York Daily News that proposed cuts to New York City's 2009 public school budget would hurt students and undermine the agreement that brought an additional $5.2 billion annually into the system.
Michael Rebell, Executive Director of the Campaign for Educational Equity, based at Teachers College, argues in the New York Daily News that proposed cuts to New York City's 2009 public school budget would hurt students and undermine the agreement that brought an additional $5.2 billion annually into the system.

To read the full article, click here.

Published Tuesday, May. 27, 2008

Breaking Faith with NYC's Schools

Michael Rebell, Executive Director of the Campaign for Educational Equity, based at Teachers College, argues in the New York Daily News that proposed cuts to New York City's 2009 public school budget would hurt students and undermine the agreement that brought an additional $5.2 billion annually into the system.

To read the full article, click here.
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