NYC parents/teachers file lawsuit against city over cuts to school budgets
Fed up with the impending education budget cuts, two teachers and two parents jointly filed a lawsuit this week against New York City, the Department of Education (DOE), and Schools Chancellor David Banks. The group is demanding an injunction to halt the $215 million budget cuts to public schools planned for next year.
After Mayor Eric Adams and the City Council agreed to the adopted budget early, there was an immediate backlash over cuts to schools. The $215 million slash to schools budgets, out of the DOE’s total $37.6 billion budget, was based on the Fair Student Funding formula and projected decreases in school enrollments.
City council convened a joint hearing on education and oversight, which devastated teachers’ unions and parents rallied outside of demanding that Adams ‘restore the cuts’ before June 30.
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