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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The NYC BOE Posts New Regulations That Further Their Agenda To Remove Constitutional Rights From the Public

I chose the title of this posting because the publication of the new regulations below shows how the New York City Board of Education is worried that their reforms are not going as smoothly as planned. The foundation of everything that Joel Klein does is the removal of relevant and meaningful opposition to any changes that he and Mayor Bloomberg design for New York City's public schools. The only way that all "meaningful" opposition to their reforms can happen is by removing the right to vote from the general public.

As you read the regulations below, think about who the "selectors" are who pick the CEC members. Why cant the general public or the general public school community vote for members of the CEC? Because the Bloomberg/Klein regime cannot honor the wishes of the public, they must have only puppets on any panel that has a voice that they must pretend to hear.

I suggest that another rally of 3000 people go to the February 10 meeting and bring media, then use the information to stop the cartel.

We can do this, NYC!

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Editorial: The New York City Department of Education is a Sham and Mike Bloomberg is the Flim-Flam Man

Michael Cardozo

The NYC BOE Notice of the PEP meeting on February 10, 2010 (I suggest that you all change the first entry, "Joel I Klein, Chancellor" to "Joel Klein, Of Counsel")

Joel I. Klein


Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers
411 Pearl Street
Manhattan, NY 10038
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
7:15 PM


Special Meeting

A. Chancellor’s Update

B. Approval of Chancellor’s Regulations

The Panel will vote on the following list of Chancellor’s Regulations. Public comment on the Regulations being considered by the Panel will take place before the Panel votes. Click on the Regulation to view the full text of the Regulation.

1. Regulation D-140: Process for the Nomination and Selection of Members of the Community Education Councils Including Filling Vacancies

2. Regulation D-150: Process for the Nomination and Selection of Members of the Citywide Council on Special Education Including Filling Vacancies

3. Regulation D-160: Process for the Nomination and Selection of Members of the Citywide Council on High Schools Including Filling Vacancies

4. Regulation D-170: Process for the Nomination and Selection of Members of the Citywide Council on English Language Learners including Filling Vacancies

5. Regulation D-180: Extended Use of School Buildings

6. Regulation A-414: Safety Plans

7. Regulation A-415: Department of Education Emergency Notification System

8. Regulation A-655: School and District Leadership Teams

9. Regulation B-801: School-Based Budgeting

Translation services will be provided in Spanish or American Sign Language through reservation only: (212) 374-2437 or

Contact for agenda items: Natalie Baldassano: (212) 374-2437, 52 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007,

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