Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Media Roundup: P.S. 9 Co-location Fight Grabs Headlines

Since P.S. 9 parent advocates won their petition against the DOE last week, P.S. 9's co-location fight has been in the news. Here are links to most of the stories:

Inside Schools: DOE re-doing “co-location” proposals after Steiner’s ruling (4/12)

New York Times: A City School’s Uphill Fight Over Sharing Space With a Charter (4/11)

Brooklyn Paper: City moves ahead with co-location in P.S. 9 — despite state order (4/11)

Brooklyn Paper: State ed boss overrules city on MS 571 closure (4/4)

NYC School Help (blog): P.S. 9 fights city hall and wins (4/4)

Prospect Heights Patch: Parents Win Appeal to Halt Plans for Charter School at P.S. 9 (4/1)

NY1: http://www.ny1.com/content/news_beats/education/ (4/1)

WNYC: State Blocks Charter School From Moving Into PS 9 in Brooklyn (4/1)

Gotham Schools: At Brooklyn’s PS 9, state overturns a space-sharing plan, again (4/1)

New York Daily News: New York State overturns deal for charter school to get rooms at Brooklyn's PS 9 (4/1)

Brooklyn Daily Eagle: State Halts Plans To Co-Locate Charter School (4/1)

The Local (NYTimes blog): Victory for P.S. 9’s Parents, Meeting for P369K’s (4/1)

Council Member Letitia James' press release: ATTENTION: No Co-Location BK East Collegiate Charter School In PH Building (4/1)

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