Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper New York | Democrats Now Control Albany. How Will They Handle 5 Key Issues? Supported by The new legislative session kicks off Wednesday, with Democrats in control of the Legislature and the governor’s office. But big fights still await. ByVivian Wang Jan. 8, 2019 It is going to be a big year in Albany. That, at least, is the promise of New York’s Democrats, who now control all the lawmaking arms of state government for the first time in a decade. They have promised voters the moon and more, vowing to unleash a torrent of new laws that they said had been blocked by the State Senate’s recalcitrant — and now ousted — Republicans. On some issues, that may be true. Measures to codify Roe v. Wade abortion rights under state law, expand voting rights, protect child sex-abuse victims, reform … [Read more...] about Democrats Now Control Albany. How Will They Handle 5 Key Issues?
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Kat Stafford and Lori Higgins Detroit Free Press Published 12:59 PM EDT Oct 12, 2018 A troubled Detroit charter school is seeking a restraining order against former Detroit City Councilwoman Sharon McPhail, just days after she was ousted as chief administrative officer. McPhail was terminated by Bay Mills Community College Monday, which is the authorizer for Detroit Community Schools. The Wayne County Circuit Court lawsuit is seeking a declaratory judgment against McPhail in an attempt to prevent her from being on the premises and from accessing information and financial systems. The suit is also seeking to have the court order McPhail to immediately return and provide access to all property and equipment in her possession that belongs to the school. "She's not cooperating," Tom Shields, the spokesman for the college, said earlier this week. "She is saying Bay Mills has no legal grounds" to fire her. McPhail could not be reached for comment. Bay Mills officials alluded earlier … [Read more...] about Ex-councilwoman Sharon McPhail sued by charter school
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By Nolan Bianchi Special to The Detroit News Published 11:46 p.m. UTC Aug 19, 2018 Nolan Bianchi of The Detroit News previews the Charter School Conference football season. Teams listed in predicted order of finish. WARREN MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE (12-1, 4-0) Despite returning just one starter on defense and two on offense, Michigan Collegiate brings a staunch amount of experience into the 2018 season with linebacker Juanez Lindsay, offensive/defensive lineman Daveion Dickerson and running back/defensive end Darrin Black captaining a senior group 15 deep. Its strengths will be its team speed, with wide receivers – and also captains – Andrew Thomas and Andrew Noble being the primary targets for quarterback Darrius Love. HARPER WOODS CHANDLER PARK ACADEMY (6-4, 3-1) Harper Woods returns six starters on both sides of the ball as it looks to make its 10th consecutive playoff appearance behind talented skill players, led by three-year starting running back/wide … [Read more...] about Football previews: Charter School Conference
Now Promesa operates as its own entity, though Southwest Key provides fund raising support and other resources to help the charter. Promesa also paid Southwest Key for rent, administrative services, food services, maintenance and building maintenance, which an independent audit submitted to the state shows to be about $1.5 million in the fiscal year ending in June 2017. Education associations across the country, teacher groups and a Texas superintendent have raised questions in recent days about whether thousands of children who entered the country alone or who were separated from their families are getting access to academic opportunities as required. The Office of Refugee Resettlement requires that contracted care providers conduct an educational assessment within 72 hours of receiving the youngsters to determine educational and other needs, such as help with a disability. "We've been concerned about what services they're really getting," Brownsville Superintendent Esperanza … [Read more...] about Charter school founded by Southwest Key wants to educate immigrant kids housed at the nonprofit’s shelters