Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to overhaul the Gifted and Talented program in city elementary schools might be short lived.
A spokesman for the city’s presumptive next mayor, Democratic nominee Eric Adams, declined to say Saturday whether Adams, if elected, would overhaul any changes de Blasio makes to the program.
But rep Evan Thies emphasized the Brooklyn borough president “has said consistently he would keep the G and T test and provide more resources, classes and support to lower-income students to ensure fairer outcomes,” adding his “position hasn’t changed.”
De Blasio caused a firestorm Friday when he abruptly announced a plan to end the city’s Gifted and
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