Senators and representatives used to battle over issues, pound the table, passionate speeches and in time managed to hammer out some sort of a compromise. There was always the next bill, the next battle and a bipartisan spirit characterized relationships in Congress.
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- Flash: News Sources Report That Chancellor Carmen Farina Will Be Leaving “Early Next Year.”
- The 2018 Legislative Year: Are You Ready? Are You a Citizen Lobbyist? Do You Complain or Act?
- Do New York State High School Graduation Requirements Prepare Students for College and/or Work? Are We Graduating Under-Prepared Students? or, Are The Requirements Ill- Suited to the Current World?
- Do Teacher Expectations of Student Performance Impact Student Outcomes? Is There a “Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations?”
- Why Have New York City Homicides (1990: 2262) Declined So Precipitously (2016: 335)? Can Small Schools Connecting with Students Be at the Core?
- Will Race and/or Ethnicity Be a Factor in Selecting the Next New York City Chancellor?