Unresolved Issues Remain as Legislative Session Wraps
The New York legislative session is scheduled to wrap up next week as many issues remain on the table.
Some unresolved matters include property taxes, minimum wage, rent control, gun laws, sexual-assault policies on college campuses. One highly disputed issue: education policy. In the past, assembly woman and education advocate
Donna Lupardo spoke out on delaying the new teacher evaluation system. One that uses student performance on tests based on the common core curriculum.
Currently, the system is slated to be implemented this November. The Board of Regents is scheduled to meet next Monday and Tuesday to push back the November date to September 2016.
By law it must have regulations in place by the end of June.