Will mayoral control of schools expire?

Mayoral control over New York City public schools expires June 30, 2017. The state Assembly has approved a two-year extension for Mayor Bill de Blasio but the state Senate hasn't. The Senate has to approve it in order for it to become law. De Blasio pointed out that universal pre-K wouldn't exist in the city if mayoral control over city schools wasn't in place.

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