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New York State Exposed Education: If Washington, D.C. can do it, why not here?

This week we have focused on the power of choice. The power of parents to be able to send their children to the school they want whether they have money or not...


  • New York State Exposed Education: Fallout of the opt-out
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: The cost of college textbooks
 
  • New York State Exposed: Should NY do more to help WNY deal with the growing tax burden?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Should charter schools be allowed to use space inside city schools?

  • New York State Exposed: Audit finds NYS Department of Health makes multimillion dollar Medicaid mistake
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Aspiring teachers can't get job because NYS won't give out grades
 
  • New York State Exposed: 312 water main breaks in three months; is there enough money to fix the root of the problem?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: As SUNY tuition goes up, is the state paying enough?

  • New York State Exposed: Millions in tax credits going to movie production in NY
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Are there better ways to deal with bad behavior by students?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Why won't the the legislature vote on a bill to combat zombie homes?
 
  • NYS Exposed Education: Isn't it time the mayor has control of the most important issue in the city?

  • New York State Exposed: One year later, SAFE Act program not set-up; millions of tax dollars in limbo
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: State testing for graduation requirements
 
  • NYS Exposed: Get rid of state lawmakers' outside income? Easy in the Assembly. Tough in the Senate
 
  • New York State Exposed: Pay raises for lawmakers to stop corruption in government?

  • New York State Exposed: RGRTA criticized by state comptroller for bonus practices
 
  • Court denies petition to stop Lago casino in Seneca County
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: We're watching what charter schools do with your hard earned money
 
  • New York State Exposed: Project under review could impact Finger Lakes wine industry

  • New York State Exposed Education: The company behind Common Core testing
 
  • New York State Exposed: Was enough done to protect consumers from an accused snow plow contractor?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: We ask the governor why he's holding your school districts 'hostage'
 
  • New York State Exposed: Prices at the pump

  • New York State Exposed Update: Are our bridges safe?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: How are your school taxes being spent?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: A review
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: A closer look

  • New York State Exposed Followup: Should lawmakers disclose outside income?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Tax dollars spent on legal fees
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Is it too hard to fire bad teachers?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Local government pushing casino on residents?

  • New York State Exposed Education: Teachers and pensions
 
  • New York State Exposed Update: Cuomo promises to avoid Thruway toll hike for bridge project
 
  • New York State Exposed: Ending the theft of your tax dollars
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Are teacher evaluations fair?

  • New York State Exposed: A toll hike to pay for a new, downstate bridge?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Your tax dollars and schools
 
  • New York State Exposed: NYS paid millions in Medicare premiums for people who had died
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Local superintendents head to Albany to fight for funding