Rochester City School students got hands-on experience in a simulation of the global economy in the International Economic Summit Project.
Mayor Robert Duffy called the draft legislation given to Governor Paterson a starting point for State Legislature deliberation.
Mayor Robert Duffy now says that his plan to take control of the City School District will not happen in 2010.
Urban education expert Diane Ravitch explains her conclusions about the relationship between school governance and student achievement.
Prominent community leaders on both sides of the issue of Mayoral Control explain their views in messages recorded by WXXI.
A poll commissioned by the Center for Governmental Research shows 62% of respondents are strongly or somewhat supportive of mayoral control of Rochester city schools;Twenty-three percent say they strongly or somewhat oppose mayoral control.
Mayor Bob Duffy's plan to take control of city schools outlines the plan for improving conditions within the first two years of a proposed five year trial period.
Mayor Bob Duffy has released more specifics on his plan to take over control of city schools.
As part of his strategic plan, Rochester School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard has developed a portfolio plan to create higher-achieving schools.
Rochester City School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard presented his plan to reconfigure schools to the school board.
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