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The New York Times, July 8, 2014
As New York City Expands Pre-K, Private Programs Fear Teacher Drain

NY Daily News, June 28, 2014
Child-care help, if you're Jewish

The Epoch Times, June 19, 2014
Bloomberg-Era Pre-K Program Faces Uncertain Future

WNYC SchoolBook, June 11, 2014
Opinion: In the Clamor for Pre-K, Don't Forget About the Earlier Years

Newsday, March 2, 2014
Eyeing diversity in de Blasio administration

NY Daily News, February 28, 2014
On Common Core, can't turn back now

MarketWatch, January 16, 2014
New Release of the "FAFSA: How-to Guide" Will Help Low-Income and First-Generation Students Access Financial Aid

Capital, January 13, 2014
NYC's other great elementary schools

NY1, January 13, 2014
Advocates Say Too Many Students Are Being Brought to Precincts for Minor Infractions

Polioptics, January 3, 2014
Professor Jeff Smith Interviews Andrew White, Director of the Center for New York City Affairs



Daily News, December 31, 2013
Farina knows how to fix schools — not just close them

The Wall Street Journal, December 31, 2013
New Schools Chancellor Feared Mediocrity, Pushed High Standards for All

NY Daily News, December 4, 2013
Mayoral Campaign Operatives Dissect What Went Right And What Went Wrong

NY1, December 4, 2013
Consultants In City Elections Spill Secrets

The Chief, December 2, 2013
Educating de Blasio: Say Literacy, Common Core Are Keys to Success

Huffington Post, November 27, 2013
The Education Funders' Polite Post-Mortem on Mayor Bloomberg's School Reforms

The Epoch Times, November 20, 2013
Specialists Tell de Blasio: Focus on Homelessness

The Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2013
Anti-Truancy Efforts Notch High Marks

NY1, November 12, 2013
De Blasio's Plans For City Schools Go Well Beyond Universal Pre-K

The Washington Post, October 18, 2013
O'Malley to speak at forum on progressive states and job creation

Capital, October 18, 2013
In New York, O'Malley boosts de Blasio and tweaks Cuomo

Capital, October 18, 2013
Martin O'Malley on fear of a millionairs' tax and the DREAM Act

Capital, October 18, 2013
Briefing: O'Malley in Cuomo's backyard, another bad sign for Silver

The Epoch Times, October 18, 2013
Governor Martin O'Malley Supports Bill de Blasio's Pre-K Plan

Daily News, September 30, 2013
Whiz kids in 8th grade get jump on tough high school physics courses

Daily News, September 27, 2013
Study finds New York's high schools aren't offering enough advanced courses to get students into college

Daily News, September 23, 2013
City plans to end guarantee for local high school slots

The New York Times, September 22, 2013
Investing in Early Childhood Now, for a Payoff Later

New York Post, September 15, 2013
How to survive elementary school

New York Post, September 15, 2013
How to survive middle school

New York Post, September 15, 2013
How to survive high school

Associated Press, September 11, 2013
Referendum on Bloomberg looms in NYC election

The New York Times, August 28, 2013
A View of What's Missing From the Classroom

The New Yorker, August 13, 2013
Bill de Blasio's Vision

MSNBC, August 12, 2013
New York's mayoral candidates praise 'stop-and-frisk' ruling

WFUV, August 9, 2013
Bloomberg's New York: Education for the Future?

Crain's, July 25, 2013
Businesses seen as key for city's black students

SchoolBook, June 10, 2013
FAQ on Regents Tests

Crain's, May 30, 2013
De Blasio pushes tax hike, subsidy cut

Capital, May 30, 2013
De Blasio presents his plan to save the city's middle class

City & State, May 30, 2013
De Blasio Lays Out Plan To Restore New York City's Middle Class

The Epoch Times, May 30, 2013
Prepare NYC Youth for Tech Jobs, Says de Blasio

The Wall Street Journal, May 30, 2013
'Two Cities' Theme Seized By Democrat

Capitol Confidential, May 30, 2013
De Blasio Presents Agenda for Those Without 'Caviar Pizza' and Edible Gold

City Limits, May 30, 2013
De Blasio, Thompson Economic Plans: Poverty vs. Inequality

The New York Times, May 3, 2013
The Get-Into-School Card

The New York Times, April 2, 2013
With Legacy on His Mind, Mayor Adds More Schools

The Republic, March 13, 2013
New online guide to NYC high schools offers info on class size, metal detectors

CBS New York, March 13, 2013
New School Launches Online Guide To New York City High Schools

New York Post, March 13, 2013
New family-friendly guide to New York City high schools goes online

The Epoch Times, March 12, 2013
A New Way to Look at High School Ratings

NY1, March 12, 2013
New Website Gives Detailed Statistics On City Public Schools

The New York Times, February 28, 2013
Born as a Tribute but Faltering, a Bronx School Nears Its End

Foc Business, February 20, 2013
FAFSA Tips for Low-Income Families

NY1, February 12, 2013
Housing Authority Chairman Opens Up On His Agency's Failings After Sandy

The Epoch Times, January 16, 2013
Quinn Outlines New York City Education Policy

Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2013
In Speech, Quinn Spells Out Education Platform

SchoolBook, January 15, 2013
Quinn Calls for Less Testing, More Community Input

NY1, January 15, 2013
Quinn Proposes Changes To City's Education System

NY Daily News, January 15, 2013
Chris Quinn Talks Education At New School

Crain's, January 15, 2013
Quinn seeks to build on Bloomberg's education legacy

The New York Times, January 15, 2013
Quinn Presents Vision for Improving New York City Schools

Politicker, January 15, 2013
Christine Quinn Wants to Model NYC's School System on Zappos

Metro, January 15, 2013
Christine Quinn's education speech proposes axing textbooks, extending school until 6 p.m.

Staten Island Live, January 15, 2013
Speaker Christine Quinn talks school reform, calling for less emphasis on testing

Capital, January 15, 2013
Tablets Instead of Textbooks, and other education ideas from Candidate Quinn

New York Post, January 15, 2013
Quinn floats plan to replace textbooks with tablets

DNAinfo, January 15, 2013
Christine Quinn Wants to Replace Textbooks with Tablets



New York Daily News , December 10, 2012
"Students miss a day per week on average at dozens of city high schools"

WNYC, December 9, 2012
"More Young Offenders Diverted Away from Criminal Justice System"

WNYC, November 21, 2012
"Immigrant Farm Workers, the Hidden Part of New York's Local Food Movement"

WNYC, November 21, 2012
Sandy Leaves At-Risk Kids and Families in Perilous Position

Gotham Schools, September 13, 2012
Change in city schools' data czar as number-crunching goes on

GothamSchools, June 26, 2012
Panel: Path to college-readiness paved with hard-to-fund plans

Reuters, June 12, 2012
Eating the food cart street in a New York afternoon

The New York Times, April 29, 2012
On Report Cards for City Schools, Invisible Line Between 'A' and 'F'

The Epoch Times, April 26, 2012
Students Unprepared for College, Say CUNY Officials

Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, April 26, 2012
"Alternatives Needed to New York City Department of Education School Closure Policy"

Capital, April 13, 2012
"At awards ceremony for ethnic and indie press, Connie Chung describes big media as 'a male-oriented, very white-oriented executive suite'"

AlterNet, February 24, 2012
"Special Needs Students Shut Out of NYC Schools, Despite DOE 'Reforms'"

Education Week, February 23, 2012
"A Recipe for Mediocrity: Tell Every School to Meet Every Need for Every Kid "

NY1, January 26, 2012
"Small High Schools Have Bigger Graduation Rates, Study Finds "



NY Times, December 12, 2011
"Out-of-School Time Program Faces Deep Cuts"

Epoch Times, December 12, 2011
"After-School Programs Face Funding Cuts "

New York World , November 28, 2011
NYPD opens books on arrests in public schools

Huffington Post, November 17, 2011
"These Kids Don't Have a Shot"

Daily News, November 1, 2011
Say big Bronx schools failing as Department of Ed steers best students towards its small schools

Daily News, October 27, 2011
Mayor's schools set students up for failure when it comes to college preparation, but more graduate

New York Times , October 19, 2011
Solidarity: 99% Elusive

Gotham Gazette, October 14, 2011
Gates' Agenda and Money Shape City Schools

The Epoch Times, September 30, 2011
Gov. Cuomo and the Media

Capital , September 28, 2011
A discussion of Cuomo's relationship with the press zeroes in on "Post" statehouse guy, Fred Dicker

Politico - Ben Smith , September 28, 2011
Cuomo's reign

Capitol Confidential, September 28, 2011
Watch New School's "Cuomo and the Media" panel

WNYC, September 23, 2011
More City Schools Get Low Marks

The New York Times, School Book, September 23, 2011
What to Make of School Progress Reports

Education Week , September 15, 2011
Large Number of K-3 Students Miss Weeks of School

Brooklyn Based , September 14, 2011
Inside the New Insideschools: A conversation with Pamela Wheaton

Wall Street Journal, September 9, 2011
Republicans look for upset in NY special election

WNET New York Public Media , September 1, 2011
Out of Foster Care —and into What?

New York Post, August 23, 2011
How to get your top pick

City Hall News, August 12, 2011
Poorly Funded

City Limits, August 9, 2011
Concerns Persist Over Child Welfare Cases Involving Mental Health Metrofocus, July 27, 2011
The Burdensome Legacy of Child Services Chief John Mattingly

Gothamist, July 27, 2011
Children's Services Commissioner Mattingly Resigns Metrofocus, July 27, 2011
Op-Ed: Reflections on Mattingly's Tenure as Head of NYC's Child Services Agency

NY1, July 26, 2011
ACS Commissioner's Controversial Term Ends With Sudden Resignation

New York Daily News, July 26, 2011
ACS commissioner John Mattingly leaving post after seven years; presided during Nixzmary Brown death

NY1, July 21, 2011
Survey Finds Some City Teachers Do Not Trust Their Own Principals

The Wall Street Journal, June 28, 2011
Mayor Defends Record

The New York Times, June 16, 2011
City Reduces Chronic Absenteeism in Public Schools

The New York Daily News, June 3, 2011
Brooklyn honor student among 8th-graders stuck in high school they didn't choose

The New York Times, Room for Debate, May 30, 2011
Testing Students to Grade Teachers

The Boston Globe, May 13, 2011
The turnaround starts with attendance

New York Observer, May 6, 2011
Cuomo and the Media

The New York Times, May 6, 2011
Lost in the School Choice Maze

The Wall Street Journal, April 29, 2011
Parents Fret as Kids Seek 'Gifted' Status

GothamSchools, April 20, 2011
Study looks at what influences students' high school choices

Rise, April, 2011
Strong Advocates, Strong Families: Lessons from an initiative to strengthen parent advocates in New York City

The New York Times, City Room, April 14, 2011
Principal Cleared of Charges in Confrontation With Teacher

WNET THIRTEEN, State Room, April 11, 2011
The New York Education of Jason Helgerson

The Financial Times, April 8, 2011
Blow to Bloomberg as school chief exits

The New York Daily News, April 8, 2011
City Council members want ACS commissioner to step down in wake of homicide charge

WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, April 8, 2011
Open Phones: New NYC School Chancellor

The New York Times, Room for Debate, April 8, 2011
The Toughest Job Around: What Cathleen Black's brief tenure as New York's schools chancellor says about running the city's education department

City Hall News, April 7, 2011
At Medicaid Post-Mortem, State And City Officials Look Ahead

Bam! Radio Educators Channel, April 4, 2011
Missing Students: A Bigger, Younger Problem Than We Think

The Associated Press, April 3, 2011
Child welfare workers second-guess stressful jobs

New York Daily News, March 31, 2011
Why we shouldn't close failing schools: Vulnerable young men of color stand to lose

New York Daily News, March 31, 2011
Nearly one third of students who aced specialized high school exam choose other schools

WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, March 25, 2011
Protecting Children

The New York Times, March 24, 2011
A.C.S. Caseworkers Dispirited Over Charges in Girl's Death

The Gotham Gazette, March 2011
Prosecutors Grapple with Marijuana Arrests

The Epoch Times, March 16, 2011
Helping Parents With Children in Foster Care

Covenant House Blog, February 7, 2011
Worrying Trends for Foster Care Youth

NY1, "Inside City Hall," February 3, 2011
Foster Care Discussion

The Riverdale Press, February 2, 2011
Will Clinton be next to face Dept. of Ed axe?

The New York Times, February 2, 2011
When a Tax Isn’t Really a Tax

Gotham Gazette, January 26, 2011
UFT President on School Closings January 26, 2011
UFT President Michael Mulgrew's speech at the Center for New York City Affairs

WBAI Evening News, January 11, 2011
(Click here to listen to MP3)

The New York Times, January 1, 2011
More Play, Please, for Kindergartners, Parents Ask



The New York Daily News December 27, 2010
City Officials Continue to Point Students Toward Doomed High Schools

PBS NewsHour, December 23, 2010
In NYC, Small Schools Touted to Make a Big Difference in Education Reform

State Room, December 17, 2010
New York’s Shifting Demographics: What Does It Mean for City Politics?

The New York Times, December 12, 2010
Stress and the High School Student, December 2, 2010
Guv race redux: Paladino aide says e-mails were too much to overcome December 2, 2010
A Look Back: Snapshots from the Political Insiders' Campaign Roundtable, December 2, 2010
Keeping Cuomo Out, December 2, 2010
Courting Cuomo: How the AG Candidates Tried, and Failed, to Woo Andrew Cuomo

Crains Insider, December 2, 2010
How Rice helped Schneiderman win

NY1, December 1, 2010
Campaign Secrets Revealed At Manhattan Roundtable

The New York Daily News, November 29, 2010
State Waiver Clears Cathie Black to Replace Joel Klein as Mayor Bloomberg's City Schools Chancellor

New York Daily News, November 28, 2010
Pols like City Councilman Charles Barron say they'll sue if Bloomberg pushes ahead with Cathie Black

The Wall Street Journal, November 27, 2010
NY study says punishment doesn't solve absenteeism

NBC New York , November 27, 2010
Punishing Parents Doesn't Solve NYC Absenteeism: Study

CBS New York , November 27, 2010
NY Study Says Punishment Doesn't Solve Absenteeism

New York Daily News, November 11, 2010
5 things: What should Cathie Black do when she becomes NYC's schools Chancellor?

The New York Times, Room for Debate, November 10, 2010
Tell Us Why Cathleen Black

DNAinfo, November 9, 2010
Schools Chancellor Joel Klein to be Replaced by Hearst Chairwoman Cathie Black

Education Week, October 14, 2010
Early Grades Become the New Front in Absenteeism Wars

NY1, September 30, 2010
Schools Get Report Cards from City Education Dept.

Charlotte Observer, September 10, 2010
Caution, honesty in education reform

The Wall Street Journal, September 1, 2010
Middle School Fails Kids, Study Says

Gotham Gazette, August 2010
Bloomberg's Management Style Offers Some Surprises

The New York Times, City Room, July 28, 2010
Bloomberg Weilds His Wallet to Push His Agenda

New York Family, July 28, 2010
Is It Really Easier To Get Into Harvard Than An NYC Nursery School?

The New York Times, Room for Debate, July 4, 2010
The Pitfalls in Identifying a Gifted Child

New York Nonprofit Press, June 30, 2010
If You're Not in Class

WNYC, The Show, June 30, 2010
Passing Grades

City Limits, June 29, 2010
Taking Attendance in Bloomberg Bid to Cut Truancy

NBC New York, June 29, 2010
Bloomberg Doesn't Make Good on Diversity Staffing Promise

The New York Times, June 28, 2010
Mayor Falls Short of Vow on Diversity

The Education Gadfly, June 24, 2010
The Education Gadfly Weekly

The Wall Street Journal, Metropolis, June 23, 2010
Report: Small High Schools Boost Graduation Rates

NY1, June 22, 2010
Smaller City Schools a Success, Report Finds

Curious2 Blog, June 18, 2010
Buried in the New School Report, the Start of an Answer

The New York Teacher, June 17, 2010
Report: DOE oversight system flawed

Gotham Schools, June 17, 2010
The Good Old Days

City Limits, June 17, 2010
Some Bad Schools Get Good Grades

WNYC, June 16, 2010
Raising Standards Means More Kids Could Fail State Tests

NY1, June 16, 2010
School Performance Report Card Failing, Study Finds

Gotham Schools, June 16, 2010
A tale of two Bronx schools: similar scores but different grades

The Wall Street Journal, Metropolis, June 16, 2010
Report: City's System of Grading Schools Flawed

The New York Times, City Room, June 16, 2010
Study Faults School Accountability System

Gotham Schools, June 16, 2010
Report: Empowerment helped; grading system "deeply flawed"

New York Daily News, May 8, 2010
Teachers union and community groups trying to get city schools $30 million 'present'

Gotham Schools, May 7, 2010
A grant to create community schools makes strange bedfellows

The New York Times, May 5, 2010
With Debate on Openness, Mayor's Race Starts Early

The New York Times, April 27, 2010
Lessons in Tough Love at a Court for Truants

The New York Times, April 26, 2010
In Shake-Up, Principals May Get More Say Over What Is Taught

Gotham Schools, April 26, 2010
Teaching division to disappear in latest DOE reshuffling

The Vancouver Sun, April 17, 2010
Vancouver mayor aims to take a bite out of the Big Apple's environmental strategy

New York Post, April 4, 2010
Mayor Mike's 3rd term blues

The New York Times, March 30, 2010
Another Exit From Bloomberg's Inner Circle

The New York Times, City Room, March 16, 2010
Back to School, and Right Back on Vacation

City Hall News, March 1, 2010
City Should Close Schools When All Else Fails

NY1, NY1 Living, February 25, 2010
City Looks to Secure Unbanked NYers

Gotham Schools, January 28, 2010
City says bureaucracy reorganization will save $13 million

The Huffington Post, January 27, 2010
What If Our Schools Are Working?

The New York Times, January 25, 2010
Large High Schools in the City Are Taking Hard Falls

The New York Times City Room blog, January 18, 2010
Ask About New York's High Schools

New York Times, January 15, 2010
Trusted Aides to Bloomberg Get Big Bonuses

New York Daily News, January 11, 2010
Critics see a lose-lose situation with 15 city high schools on closure list

New York Times, January 6, 2010
Council Speaker Tries to Move Out of Mayor's Shadow

Metro, January 4, 2010
Advocate eyes expanded office

WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, January 4, 2010
New Year, New Politics



The New York Teacher, December 21, 2009
Panel: School 'choice' must serve all students

New York Daily News, December 20, 2009
Fix, don't close 'failing' schools: Union head says Bloomberg and Klein have the wrong approach

The New York Teacher, December 16, 2009
Chicago shows pitfalls of closing schools

The Associated Press, December 15, 2009
NYC school kids face paying to ride to school

The New Yorker, Close Read blog, December 14, 2009
Prisons and Subways

New York Daily News, December 13, 2009
Parents rip MTA plan to ax student passes; kids would pay full price by 2011

NY1, December 13, 2009
State's Juvenile Justice System Slammed in New Report

The New York Times, December 13, 2009
New York Finds Extreme Crisis in Youth Prisons

The West Side Spirit , December 9, 2009
High School Hustle

The Wonkster, Gotham Gazette, December 8, 2009
Bloomberg, Liu, Thompson Staffers Dish on Campaign

The New York Times, November 17, 2009
Bloomberg? Humble? Experts Suggest How Mayor Could Try

The New York Times, November 17, 2009
Schools' Grades Reflect Persistent Disparity

The New York Times, November 17, 2009
Schools' Grades Reflect Persistent Disparity

Queens Chronicle , November 12, 2009
No Quick Answers for Overcrowding

Gotham Schools, November 5, 2009
Leadership, Accountability and School Improvement

New York Post, November 1, 2009
No School Left Behind: NYC has to fix old high schools instead of just building new ones

WNYC, October 20, 2009
Correctional Facilities Lack Adequate Mental Health Care

Gotham Schools, October 20, 2009
UWS Parents and Politicos took central role in McCourts building

The Huffington Post, August 3, 2009
Honoring Frank McCourt with a New School

The Huffington Post, July 22, 2009
Let's Agree on Mayoral Control of NYC Schools

The Huffington Post, July 15, 2009
Do Charter Schools Help or Hurt?

The Huffington Post, July 1, 2009
Are the Rising Graduation Rates Real?

The American Prospect, TAPPED, June 24, 2009
What School Choice Looks Like

WNYC, The Brian Lehrer Show, June 22, 2009
Smaller is Better?

Education Week, June 18, 2009
N.Y.C. Small-Schools Push Found to Hurt Big High Schools

The New York Times, June 17, 2009
Success at Small Schools Has a Price, a Report Says

New York Daily News, June 17, 2009
Study shows larger city high schools posting declining graduation rates

New York Post, June 17, 2009
Burden on Big Schools

Gotham Schools, June 17, 2009
Report: City's small schools push damaged large high schools

American Educator, Summer 2009
Freeing Teachers to Teach

New York Nonprofit Press, May 2009
The Center for New NYC Affairs profile (pdf)

The Daily Politics, New York Daily News, April 22, 2009
Wayne Barrett Channels His Version Of Bloomberg

New York Daily News, March 10, 2009
Social services cuts to hit Queens boro seniors hard

New York Daily News, February 3, 2009
Fiscal crisis in 1975 taught New York hard lessons of chopping, freezing that are handy now

The Wonkster, Gotham Gazette, January 27, 2009
Budget Likely to Shock



The New York Times, November 28, 2008
For Seperated Families, City Never Seemed Bigger

The New York Teacher, November 20, 2008
UFT: Chronic absenteeism must be addressed

Staten Island Advance, October 27, 2008
1 in 5 kids skip school here

New York Daily News, October 27, 2008
Absent on truants

The New York Times, October 20, 2008
Report Details Chronic Absenteeism in City Schools

Financial Times, October 8, 2008
Bloomberg fights to stay on

The New York Times, September 23, 2008
New York City Wants Cuts by Agencies Across Board

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, August 2008
Letter From The President Of The New York County Lawyers' Association (pdf)

New York Daily News, July 9, 2008
Parents need some help, too

The New York Times, City Room, July 9, 2008
Fewer Children in Foster Care, but They Stay Longer

WNYC, July 9, 2008
Number of NYC Foster Children Living in Congregate Care Declining

Gotham Gazette, The Wonkster, June 13, 2008
Megaprojects and the Economic Downturn

ABC 7, Eyewitness News, June 9, 2008
Boy's death raises red flags (video)

The New York Times, June 8, 2008
As Teenagers Leave Group Homes, a Challenge Placing Those Who Remain

Crain's New York Business, May 10, 2008
The right response to economic fear

Metro, May 1, 2008
Moynihan Station is a priority, panel says

New York Daily News, March 27, 2008
One crisis city can't afford

The Huffington Post, March 19, 2008
On Reform and Mayoral Control of New York City's Public Schools

New York Daily News, March 7, 2008
Heated debate at New School discussion of city schools control

Gotham Gazette, The Wonkster, March 6, 2008
School Control: To Tweak or Not to Tweak?

The New York Times, City Room, February 27, 2008
Spitzer Has Options for Turning Things Around

New York Daily News, February 27, 2008
A Pro-Spitzer (And Anti-Bruno/Dicker) Voice In The Wilderness

The New York Observer, February 27, 2008
At the New School, Special-Election Theories and Spitzer Memories

The New York Observer, February 27, 2008
Arzt on Spitzer on Silver

WNYC, January 11, 2008
Busy Courts Mean Backup in Foster Care

The New York Times, City Room, January 10, 2008
Child Welfare Cases Overwhelm Family Court, Report Finds

New York Daily News, January 10, 2008
Nixmary Brown case fallout ups time kids spend in foster care time

WNYC, January 24, 2008
Retired Cops Now Swell Ranks of Child Welfare System



New York Daily News, December 6, 2007
Budget cuts could put in jeopardy ACS programs, head warns

New York Daily News, November 9, 2007
City Hall urges that fiscal panel keep right to watch budget

The New York Sun, November 9, 2007
City Debates Usefulness Of Financial Control Law

The New York Times, City Room, November 8, 2007
Fiscal Policy, 30 Years After the Crisis

New York Daily News, November 8, 2007
To save the projects, think big

New York Magazine, October 31, 2007
Wall Street Bonus Drop Presaging Real-Estate Meltdown?0

New York Daily News, October 24, 2007
Feds eye New York building sale at housing projects

Financial Times, July 5, 2007
New York skyline scales dizzy heights

Financial Times, July 4, 2007
Projects attempt to reverse 'ravages' of Robert Moses

New York Post, June 10, 2007

American, June 2, 2007
Franklin: Black Atlantans May Lose Power

New York Newsday, June 2, 2007
Long Island Briefs: Suozzi part of affordable housing panel (pdf)

New York Magazine, Daily Intel, June 1, 2007
Will Tax-Happy Georgians Foil Bloomberg's Traffic Plans?

New York Daily News, May 6, 2007
City targeting nabes—'underused' sites key to green goals

New York Post, March 11, 2007
Tragedy in the Bronx, Pained Father—'aloof' Mike taking heat

New York Post, March 6, 2007

The New York Observer, March 4, 2007
Bloomberg Hits Up Real-Estate Bigs For WTC Memorial--$5 M. Apiece!

The New York Times, January 14, 2007
New York's Kindest



The New York Times, January 29, 2006
A Tragedy, but Not a Trend

El Diario, January 9, 2006
La educacion preescolar: mas que una promesa (Spanish pdf)

Preschool education: more than a promise (English)

New York Daily News, Opinions, November 27, 2005
More foster care won't reduce deaths (pdf)

The Christian Science Monitor, November 7, 2005
States should invest in preschool

New York Daily News, Opinions, October 13, 2005
Little kids need good teachers too (pdf)

Newsday, December 7, 2004
Republicans can't run away from city issues (pdf)

The New York Times, Opinion, January 20, 2004
Fighting Crime and Gaining Favor

The New York Times, Opinion, June 1, 2003
A Mayor Without a Message

The New York Times, Opinion, November 9, 2002
How the City Pays for State's Sins

The New York Times, Opinion, May 6, 2002
Remaking Urban Welfare



The New York Times, Op-Ed, November 8, 2001
No Strings, No loyalists (pdf)

The American Prospect, October 21, 2001
New York in the 1960s

The American Prospect, June 17, 2001
The Ruin of Cities