The Times sums up Albany’s failure to agree on a charter school expansion plan. The Daily News: “Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Senate Democratic Conference boss John Sampson yesterday betrayed New York‘s children and taxpayers in the most cowardly and irresponsible fashion possible.” In the Post, Frederic Dicker zeroes in on the teachers union.
Governor Paterson’s new budget proposal calls for the biggest cut in school aid in two decades.
The University Neighborhood School (Monroe Street, just East of Montgomery) was the scene of a stabbing yesterday morning. An 18-year old male was taken to Bellevue Hospital. According to New York 1, the victim was not ccoperating with Police.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly outlines security plans for the upcoming 9/11 terror trial.
Curbed reports “The Stanton,” a Karl Fischer designed, luxury rental building is ready for tenants.
The Museum at Eldridge Street’s new east window makes the “Talk of the Town.”
Friends of Gulick Park launches a web site.
EV Grieve has word of a fundraiser for Ray’s Candy Store Saturday night.