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Leonie Haimson. Gotham Gazette. 4/24/2006.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his Schools Chancellor Joel Klein have made sweeping changes in the city's schools, but the administration has ignored the number one concern of many parents, teachers and advocates: class size. A Newsday poll taken before the election found that class size remained the top education concern of voters. More recently, a Fordham online survey of more than 500 parents and education advocates found that only 4 percent supported the mayor's education initiatives, while the overwhelming majority replied that his highest priority should be reducing class size.
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Michael Cooper. New York Times. 3/30/2006.
The budget accord that lawmakers reached here on Tuesday night will let Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg move forward with what city officials are calling the most ambitious school construction program in the city's history.
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New York Times. 3/19/2006.
By all rights, Mayor Michael Bloomberg's influence in Albany should be at its peak. It is an election year, a time when political popularity and money translate into clout. Mr. Bloomberg is quite popular and quite rich.
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Jennifer Medina. New York Times. 3/13/2006.
As New York City has stepped up pressure on Albany for more money for city schools, all eyes have been on Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, who has flexed his political muscle to get more aid for school construction.
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Jennifer Medina. New York Times. 3/10/2006.
Under pressure from Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and education groups, the four Republican state senators from New York City are pushing for a compromise measure that would help provide an additional $1.8 billion this year for school construction in the city.
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Rob Hart. Staten Island Advance. 3/9/2006.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver threw a jab at Mayor Michael Bloomberg yesterday, accusing him of idling on the sidelines in the fight for education funding.
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Josh Robin. New York One News. 3/8/2006.
First Senator Majority Leader Joseph Bruno called him a bully. Now Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is accusing Mayor Michael Bloomberg of holding kids hostage, of playing politics instead of fighting the governor for billions owed city schools under court order.
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Elissa Gootman; Jennifer Medina Contributed Reporting From Albany . New York Times. 2/28/2006.
The city's Panel for Educational Policy approved cuts to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's school construction plan last night, scrapping 21 new school buildings and scores of other smaller projects that the mayor says the city cannot afford to build this year without more money from the state
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Jennifer Medina. New York Times. 2/18/2006.
When Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced this week that he was killing plans for dozens of buildings that were to be built under New York City's school construction plan, he blamed leaders in Albany for not sending enough money to the city.
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David M. Herszenhorn and Jim Rutenberg. New York Times. 2/14/2006.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg scrapped 21 buildings from New York City's school construction plan yesterday and blamed state lawmakers and Gov. George E. Pataki for not providing the money needed to build them, ratcheting up his pressure on Albany in a long-running battle over school financing.
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