Friday, December 26, 2014

Aide to Governor Cuomo's letter to State Regents Chancellor and State Education Commissioner seeks suggestions to improve the State's education system

Aide to Governor Cuomo's letter to State Regents Chancellor and State Education Commissioner seeks suggestions to improve the State's education system
Source: Hornell New York The Evening Tribune [Updated Dec 24, 2014]

An article appearing in the Hornell [NY] Evening Times captioned “Cuomo aide: Teacher reforms top governor's agenda,” by Al Bruce reports that “A letter sent to high-ranking state education officials last week by a top aide to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo" seeks suggestions to improve the State's primary and secondary education operations.

The article indicates that “The three-page letter, although addressed to State Regents Chancellor Dr. Merryl H. Tisch and State Education Commissioner Dr. John B. King Jr., was distributed to superintendents of some member districts of Boards of Cooperative Education Services. Dr. James J. Malatras, director of state operations, asked the questions in the letter" dated December 18, 2014.

Mr. Bruce's article, which includes a number of the questions posed by Dr. Malatras, is posted on the Internet at:
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