New York City principals union votes 'no confidence' in de Blasio, Carranza
Two days to go until elementary schools reopen the heads of the New York City of Principles Union have taken a unanimous no confidence vote against Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. They're beef they're handling of their covert time reopening plan. The issues have been ongoing. So, says the president of the Council of School Supervisors and administrators, Mark Cannizzaro. But he says Friday was a turning point with a city giving teachers more leeway to work from home without consulting principles. If something is going to affect The school leaders and how they run their buildings. The first group of people to know about this should be school leaders. Now the union is asking the state education Department to intervene. It would be helpful to have some, you know. Some fresh eyes in here to take a look. No confidence vote has no legal weight on the union says Principles will be in their buildings for the start of school.