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NYC Schools Will Get Muslim Holidays Off in De Blasio’s New York

The mayor of New York City is a Muslim-loving commie.

Is New York City mayor Bill de Blasio a secret Muslim? Probably not. But let's speculate anyway. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City and noted communist sympathizer, announced a new policy that would close New York City schools for two days this year in observance of the Muslim holidays Eid Al Adha and Eid Al Fitr, heralding the arrival of Sharia Law in America. The truth is it was already over for you when you let the halal carts take over town.

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For the Good of All Students: Why I'm Marching for Education Justice

We don’t have to eradicate a person’s soul in order to make them a great leader and thinker.

This weekend, I have the honor of speaking and marching with thousands of concerned educators, parents, and students at the Save Our Schools March and Conference. We’ll have local events across the country, but the main event happens in the nation’s capital with folks like Diane Ravitch, Linda Darling-Hammond, Matt Damon, Jon Stewart, and plenty of other concerned citizens making a statement about the state of our country’s public schools.

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Is the iPad Set to Dominate Public Schools?

New York City just dropped $1.3 million on 2,000 iPads. Should your local school district do the same?


Remember when schools used to have the goal of every student having a laptop for classroom use? Well, that one-to-one student laptop program dream is so last year. In 2011, the iPad revolution is on, and school districts are increasingly investing in them as the education tech tool of choice.

The least expensive iPad starts at $499 a pop, but cash-strapped districts are placing the orders and writing the checks. The New York City Public Schools just purchased more than 2,000 iPads. The cost? $1.3 million dollars.

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