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NYC’s mayoral wannabes: Tools of the teachers union

New York Post The Issue: New York City mayoral hopefuls’ opposition to the release of teacher-data reports. All of these mayoral candidates are leftists and are supported by the teachers union (“Where Mayoral Candidates Stand,” Feb. 28). Is there anyone who thinks Comptroller John Liu, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn [...]
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