Court Blocks N.Y. From Reducing Aid to N.Y.C. Schools
A New York judge Thursday blocked the state from withholding $250 million from New York City schools as punishment for missing a deadline to adopt a teacher evaluation plan.
In granting a preliminary injunction, state Supreme Court Justice Manuel Mendez said a lawsuit brought by a group of parents challenging the penalty has merit. He froze any sanctions pending final outcome of the case.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration...
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