People Are Not Happy With How Bloomberg Has Handled Schools

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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23:  New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks during a press conference to address the 5.9-magnitude earthquake New Yorkers felt on August 23, 2011 in New York City. The epicenter of the 5.9 earthquake was located near Louisa in central Virginia. Two nuclear power plants at the North Anna Power Station in the same county were reportedly taken offline. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 23: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks during a press conference to address the 5.9-magnitude earthquake New Yorkers felt on August 23, 2011 in New York City. The epicenter of the 5.9 earthquake was located near Louisa in central Virginia. Two nuclear power plants at the North Anna Power Station in the same county were reportedly taken offline. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Photo: Andrew Burton/2011 Getty Images

Despite making it a "signature issue," he's slipped to a 34 percent approval rating (down from 57 percent in 2009). So he went from regular F to bad F, thanks largely to overcrowding and the Cathie Black experiment. (Free band name, aspiring musicians.) [NYT]