Despite drastic steps to close a $500 million budget gap for city schools, officials from Greenwich Village Middle School decided to destroy expensive classroom furniture like desks, chairs, and cabinets. Perhaps they got a little lightheaded after hearing the jobs bill passed with $10 billion for teacher's salaries? Some village residents "watched in horror" as sanitation workers crushed the items in the back of their truck.
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Downtown parents who thought they snared the golden ticket when they got their kid into the Children's Aid Society's nursery school in Greenwich Village got a shock yesterday after hearing that it may be closed and the valuable real... Read Post