N.Y. suspends grants for struggling schools

New York has suspended 33 grants that were to go to struggling schools in New York City, but principals are being told to move forward with their improvement plans. It is unclear who will fund these plans, which at some schools includes higher pay for experienced teachers and longer school days. The $60 million in federal funds was suspended after the city and the teachers union were unable to agree on how to evaluate educators.

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