Cuomo may order special session on mayoral control of schools

Members of the New York Assembly and Senate left Albany Wednesday night for the rest of the year without reaching an agreement to extend mayoral control over New York City schools. Unless they return for a special session by next Friday and reach an agreement, the mayor's control over public schools will expire. Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the Legislature's failure to extend mayoral control a "dereliction of their duty." He said he will consider ordering lawmakers to return for a special session.

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