When de Blasio was doing his weekly radio spot on the Brian Lehrer show on April 7, he was asked about CPE1 and replied, “It is a school with a very powerful history. We have a lot of things to resolve… this is unusually strong reaction of parents… I want to understand better what the concerns are.” In fact, the de Blasio administration has been aware of the situation for over a year and done nothing. And this isn’t the only situation in which the city’s supposedly progressive mayor has stood behind an abusive principal.
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