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The New York State Senate will take up the debate over the proposed legislation for mayoral control of Rochester schools after the Assembly passed the measure.
A large turnout packed City Council Chambers for a public hearing on proposed legislation to give control of city schools to the mayor.
School Board Vice President Van White says he will submit a legal challenge to mayoral control legislation if it is passed by the legislature and signed into law by Governor Paterson.
With all the controversy surrounding Rochester City Schools, there are stories of success in the classroom.
The State Assembly's Education Committee will hold a public hearing on the proposed legislation that will give control of Rochester schools to the mayor.
A conference on the future of reading at RIT focused on how reading will change in the next decade.
Tonight on Need to Know Rochester, Mayor Robert Duffy on his political aspirations and the future of mayoral control of Rochester schools.
Governor David Paterson has introduced legislation that would give the Mayor of Rochester control over the Rochester City School District.
Robert Brown, president of Laborers' Local 435, and former City Council President Lois Geiss, co-chairs of the Rochester Kids First Coalition, on why they're launching a pro-mayoral control initiative.
Mayoral control opponents Glenny Williams and Myra Brown speak about their efforts to rally people against the controversial legislation.
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