New York City School Principals Vote Unanimously to Have Mayor de Blasio Abdicate Control to the State

The police officially can’t stand him and now the teachers as well. 

The New York Post reports:

New York City’s school-principals union demanded Sunday that Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza abdicate control of the system to the state — a brutal rebuke over their handling of COVID-19.

The stunning move is just the latest sign of upheaval for the city’s embattled public schools amid the coronavirus — and comes only two days before the scheduled start of in-classroom learning for K-8 students.

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The Council of School Supervisors and Administrators said it was taking the unprecedented step of seeking state intervention partly because there are more than 200 elementary-school principals who still need a total of 1,200 teachers before K-8 on-site instruction begins Tuesday.

And instead of trying to deal with the staffing crisis, district higher-ups have only pushed principals to lie and help them cover up the issue, the union claimed.

ABC 7 reports:

One day before NYC’s phased reopening of in-person learning, the union representing over 6,400 of New York City’s school leaders declared a unanimous vote of “No Confidence” for Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza due to their “failure to lead New York City through the safe and successful reopening of schools.”

Democrats have destroyed America’s greatest city. It’s time for major changes in New York City.

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