The state's largest teacher union is crying foul over potentially more state funding for charter schools. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley says the union claims charter schools are "flush" with cash and do not need more public dollars.
WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley says NYSUT is claiming charter schools are "flush" with cash and do not need more public dollars.
Buffalo schools open in a month and a large group of clergy, activists, parents and school leaders turned out Monday night in Friendship Baptist Church for an emergency meeting to discuss what they see as an educational crisis.
A lawsuit is claiming the funding formula for charter schools in New York State is unconstitutional. The suit was filed in State Supreme Court in Erie County. It claims charter students receive only three-fifths of what school district students receive.