Carl Marcellino

Mayor Bill de Blasio enjoys lunch with students at school.
Charter schools may be neglected, but teacher evaluations and mayoral control are back on the agenda.
Policy
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The school aid New York was ordered to provide a decade ago could arrive next year.
Why newly empowered Democrats will fight to increase school funding in the upcoming budget.
Policy
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New York City Voters cast their ballots in the 2018 midterm general election at a polling site in Brooklyn
Democrats have won enough seats to secure single-party rule in New York.
News & Politics
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Angry teacher
The state teachers union is targeting the lawmakers who failed them during session.
Policy
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The Long Island Sound
The biggest projects and policy matters in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Policy
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Long Island nine
If Democrats want to retake the state Senate, they need to undo GOP control on the island.
News & Politics
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The current New York Senate seats Long Island holds, and who is vying to disrupt the powerful voting bloc.
Personality
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An aerial view of the Capitol in Albany
Republicans lack the leverage – and Democrats lack the incentive.
News & Politics
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Bubble test
The popular legislation would decouple student test scores from teacher ratings.
Policy
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offshore oil rig
Protecting the oceans is popular in the region that may determine the future of the state Senate.
Policy
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