As part of the state budget, lawmakers have come to a deal that will pave the way for 14 new charter schools in New York City. It is a much smaller number than Gov. Kathy Hochul originally proposed, but it may amount to very big news for schools that were set to expand before running up against the cap on charter schools in the five boroughs.

Crystal McQueen-Taylor, the executive director of StudentsFirstNY, a pro-charter advocacy group, joined Bobby Cuza on “Inside City Hall” Tuesday night to talk more about the expansion of charter schools.