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Rise & Shine: After legislative deal, de Blasio slams Cuomo for seeking 'revenge'

Wednesday, Jul. 1, 2015

Rise & Shine


Following a far from ideal legislative session for the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio — who received only a one-year extension of mayoral control of city schools — made his first public comments about the deal, blasting Gov. Andrew Cuomo for seeking “revenge” and hurting New Yorkers.

The Daily News editorial board warns de Blasio that “wounding the bear” — in this case, Gov. Cuomo — “without killing the bear is a bad idea, because the bear will come back to get you.”

De Blasio’s move to openly bash Cuomo for acting on a “vendetta” was refreshing, but John Podhoretz writes for the Post that the mayor has only accomplished acknowledging that “he stinks as a politician.”


In a short trip to New York City this September, Pope Francis will squeeze in an afternoon visit to Our Lady Queen of Angels school in East Harlem.


A retired Brooklyn teacher urges the state’s new education commissioner to silence all non-educators, outlaw grading schools, students and teachers by test scores, and that school leaders should not be 25-year-olds and must have grey hair.


Pro-charter group StudentsFirstNY issued a four-page report Tuesday criticizing Mayor Bill de Blasio’s efforts for improving city schools.

school spending

City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal, who represents the Upper West Side, has earmarked more than $200,000 — nearly one-third of her district’s budget — for public school expenses over the next year.


After one Brooklyn teenager was accepted to Princeton University, she had to work to convince her observant Muslim parents to let her leave home and attend her dream school.

A guidance counselor at Juan Morel Campos Secondary School in Brooklyn was recognized for her work helping 90 percent of the school’s graduates — many of whom are immigrants or live in low-income housing — attend college in the fall.


The Inwood Academy for Leadership is trying to raise $30,000 to provide a free summer camp for its students in grades five through nine.


Fifty young men — ages 16 to 24 — will work with a Bedford-Stuyvesant nonprofit to learn how to develop their own businesses during a six-week summer program focused on entrepreneurship.

On Chalkbeat NY

Mayor Bill de Blasio, who in the past has spoken of Gov. Andrew Cuomo as a friend, had declined to comment on the legislative deal, which gave him a one-year mayoral control extension, the possibility of more charter schools, and an extension of rent regulation laws. But the mayor’s comments on Tuesday mark a shift toward more direct criticism of the governor’s political tactics. 

Extra Credit

“I’m not going to be surprised if these statements lead to some attempts at revenge and we’ll just call them right out ’cause we’re just not going to play that way.”
— Mayor Bill de Blasio

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