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New York City’s public schools had the least oversized classrooms in more than seven years.

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By taxing absentee owners, NY State could gather money to downsize public schools classes to 15 students

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Members of the local NAACP said they've been getting calls about the protest in schools.

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Staten Island teachers say they're wearing the shirts because the UFT backed Rev. Al Sharpton's march.

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The PROSE schools will offer a variety of changes to curriculum and school structure, officials said.

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Legislators want the DOE to consider eighth-graders' attendance and grades, not just test results.

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The comptroller's budget review ultimately estimates the net cost lower thany the mayor's office.

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The comptroller pushed the mayor to change his plan for $725 million in payments to teacher retirees.

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A week after heralding their $5.5 billion UFT deal, the city said it would actually cost $8.9 billion.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio's first budget includes funding increases pre-K, police precincts and CUNY.

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The deal, which is designed to save the city $3.4 billion, will now have to be approved by each union.

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Patrolmen's Benevolent Association president Pat Lynch blasted the city's offer of no raises.

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Officials said labor talks remained ongoing, as the mayor canceled a major housing policy talk.

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Unions representing teachers, nurses and professors have gone the longest without contracts, reps say.

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Fariña spent four decades in the city's school system, joining Bloomberg's team in 2004.