Negotiations in the state Legislature on teacher evaluations broke down Monday, as the teachers' union, state lawmakers and Governor Andrew Cuomo failed to reach an agreement on what part of the new evaluations would be shielded from public view.
Some, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, say the data should be available to everyone.
The teachers' union says the data should be given only limited exposure.
In a Monday night interview on WOR 710 AM, Cuomo said the stalemate likely will not end soon.
"Nothing we have left is frankly that urgent that it can't take more time and frankly wouldn't be better with more time. So the question of disclosure with teacher evaluations, my instinct is we have time," said the governor.
Back in February, evaluations of 18,000 teachers were made public, after several news outlets including NY1 requested them.
The legislative session ends on Thursday.