Richard Carranza

A young girl drinking chocolate milk.
Upstate lawmakers complain about a proposed ban on flavored milk in NYC schools.
News & Politics
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Chocolate milk.
Upstate lawmakers and dairy farmers are fighting back.
News & Politics
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New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza at City & State's 2019 Education Summit.
The NYC schools chancellor kicks off a new school year by defending his approach.
News & Politics
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Brad Hoylman and Roger Stone
32BJ's Hector Figueroa got the most loser votes - thanks to some voter fraud.
Winners & Losers
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Vote for this week's biggest Winner & Losers!
Winners & Losers
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Shop class Germany
Students need free training for the jobs of the future.
Opinion
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Hillary Clinton and Governor Andrew Cuomo at the ribbon-cutting of the second span of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Corranza speaks at City & State's Education Summit.
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza and City Councilman Mark Treyger weigh in.
Policy
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New York City Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Explaining the mayor’s proposed change and why it triggered some strong opposition.
Policy
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio makes an education announcement about test-based admissions in to specialized high schools at J.H.S. 292 in Brooklyn.
The New York City mayor outlines more aggressive efforts to unravel segregation throughout the city’s school system.
Policy
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