OPENING: Philip K. Howard, Founder & Chair, Common Good
PANELISTS: Charles Brecher, Research Director, Citizens Budget Commission; Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal; Jenny Sedlis, Executive Director, StudentsFirstNY; Daniel Weisberg, Executive Vice President, The New Teacher Project
MODERATOR: Derrell Bradford, Executive Director, NYCAN
Is Mayor de Blasio's fiscal 2015 budget a departure from the more cautious path that mayors have followed since the fiscal crisis of the 1970s? Beyond the budget implications, is the teachers� contract reversing the accountability reforms of recent years and handing authority back to the union? What does it all mean for the schools and the city�s fiscal future? Please join the Manhattan Institute and StudentsFirstNY for a discussion of these important questions.
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