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Teachers union backs Gillibrand

Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand drew support yesterday from eleven union organizations. Gillibrand is challenging Republican John Sweeney in the 20th Congressional District. As Brian Mann reports, one of the unions backing Gillibrand is the New York State United Teachers with more than half a million members statewide.  Go to full article

Declining Enrollment May Close Some Area Schools

Parents filled the high school auditorium in Saranac last night. Many were angry over a new report that could lead to the closure of two of the district's elementary schools -- in Dannemora and Cadyville. District officials say a dwindling number of students has forced them to make changes. As Brian Mann reports, schools across the North Country face sharply declining enrollments...and some painful decisions.  Go to full article

H.S. Physics Teachers May Boycott New Regents Exam

Two high school physics teachers who spoke before the State Board of Regents say if the state physicis exams are not changed, many physics teachers will begin boycotting the tests. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Opinion: Budget Cuts Would ?Devastate? North Country Schools

A converation with Massena Superintendent Douglas Huntley, who says the Governor's proposed 1.2 billion dollar cut in public school funding would mean teacher lay-offs and higher property taxes.  Go to full article

Educators Protest Court Decision on State's Responsiblity for Teaching Kids

Advocates for more education funding held demonstrations around New York yesterday to call attention to the recent court decision that limits the state's responsibility for educating its children. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Adirondack Curriculum Project

Some North Country teachers are hoping to use the history and culture of the Adirondacks as an educational tool in the classroom. The Adirondack Curriculum Project is hosting its first conference to introduce educators to a program aimed at helping meet the New York State Learning Standards. Jody Tosti has more on the one-day symposium set for this October.  Go to full article

National Education Association Backs McCall for Governor

State Comptroller Carl McCall, a candidate for Governor, has received the backing of the second largest teachers union in the state, the National Education Association. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

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