Clash begins between NYC's charter, district schools — with de Blasio's stance obvious
from New York Daily News
It's the moment of truth for the charter school movement and its contentious crusade to remake public education in New York City. Charters — privately run schools funded with public money — grew explosively during Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration. Now the once-mighty charters have fallen sharply out of favor. Mayor de Blasio, siding with the critics who charge the charters' success came at the expense of public schools, has vowed to charge them rent, threatening their ability to survive.
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