NYC’s schools bureaucracy creates horror for parents and kids

While Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza spends much of his time railing about “bias,” the dysfunctional system he oversees is leaving medically needy special-ed kids twisting in the wind — and it’s just that kind of dysfunction that hurts poor minorities the most.

As The Post reported, federal Judge William Pauley III last week let a lawsuit against the Department of Education proceed, ripping the DOE as a “cumbersome and counter-intuitive bureaucracy” whose failure to coordinate nursing and transportation services for four disabled kids forced them to miss class for much of the school year.

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