Jobs and schools promise to be top issues in next year’s city elections. The mayor’s education agenda faces its toughest test in the African-American communities that gave him strong support in 2011.
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George I just fear that soon all of the TEACHERS who were born before 1992 will soon be put in ROOM 101 !!
Do you realize that most schools have computers that are often 5 plus years old. It isn't because they want old computers. they haven't had a budget to improve them for years. Most schols have ONE...