Tag Archives: Dennis Walcott

New York Post: “Just another hijacked parents’ group”

This article was sent to you from the New York Post Android Phone app. "Just another hijacked parents’ group" at http://nyp.st/12q1I1w Oh, my head,” said parent activist Mona Davids on learning that the Chancellor’s Parent Advisory Council, or CPAC, had … Continue reading

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Breakfast in the classroom? Feed the lazy.

From Azi Paybarah: “U.S. agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack came to New York City and said free breakfasts should be offered in the classroom so kids who are seen walking to the free breakfast program in their schools’ cafeteria aren’t stigmatized … Continue reading

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Truth about School-Bus Strike

The misinformation swirling about this morning’s yellow school-bus strike is unbelievable. Last night, only News4NewYork reporter Pei-Sze Cheng correctly noted that the state COA ruled the 40 years old employee protection provision (EPP) “anti-competitive.” The Mayor and Chancellor continue to … Continue reading

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Don’t dare mess with Bronx Science

  “Don’t dare mess with Bronx science“ on NYPOST.com There they go again: The NAACP Legal Defense Fund has filed a complaint with the federal Education Department claiming that the admissions test for the city’s specialized high schools bar black … Continue reading

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Dennis Walcott v. city parents—Michael Benjamin – NYPOST.com

In today’s NY Post, I challenge Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott’s decision to bypass affirmative parental consent in launching the Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive (Sexual) Health pilot program which distributes to contraceptives and birth control to minor adolescents at 14 public … Continue reading

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NY Post: NYC schools giving teens Plan B pills without parental consent

As I was kicking back to enjoy an afternoon of football, I got an email linking me to a NY Post story,  “NYC schools give out morning-after pill to students — without telling parents“. What?! It took me a few seconds … Continue reading

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Sex and New York teachers—Michael Benjamin – NYPOST.com

Is anyone in New York City truly surprised by teacher-student sex in our schools? The Post last week exposed yet another female teacher who’d become involved with a teen student, and lots of similar cases are still getting publicity — … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Sex Games: New York School Parents Of Five-Year-Olds Outraged (VIDEO)

Kindergarten Sex Games: New York School Parents Of Five-Year-Olds Outraged (VIDEO). Parents of a two kindergarteners at PS 189 in New York, N. Y. say a group of students ‘explored their private parts‘ by taking off their clothes, and allegedly … Continue reading

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Mayor Bloomberg applies pornography test to bad teachers, not sex ed mandate

During his weekly radio interview this morning with WOR’s John Gambling, Mayor Michael Bloomberg suggested that former US Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s threshold test for pornography could be applied to bad teachers. (H/T Capital New York) “You can’t prove that … Continue reading

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Bloomberg suggests the Potter Stewart pornography test for bad teachers

Capital New York: During his weekly radio interview this morning with WOR’s John Gambling, Mayor Michael Bloomberg suggested that former US Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s threshold test for pornography could be applied to bad teachers. “You can’t prove that a … Continue reading

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