New York City's Schools In Limbo

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Mayor Michael Bloomberg ran the New York City School system until the end of June.

But when the New York Senate fell into disarray, the bill to reauthorize his control got lost in the chaos.

Now, the schools are in a state of limbo, nominally run by the school board, but with the expectation that Bloomberg will take them back.

Beth Fertig reports for member station WNYC.



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