As Mayor Michael Bloomberg makes for the exit next week, his contentious relationship with the powerful United Federation of Teachers could last long after his time in office ends.

The UFT on Monday filed a 10-page Freedom of Information Law request seeking documents, emails and other communications from the New York City Department of Education to determine how decisions were executed during the Bloomberg administration.

“Mayor Bloomberg’s final weeks in office have been dedicated to bolstering his legacy, often with little regard for the facts. The new administration needs accurate information – not a whitewashed history of the last 12 years – if they are to rebuild the New York City public school system,” said UFT President Michael Mulgrew said.

Among the data request: Information on Common Core curriculum development, reforms in special education and the placement of high-needs students along with how and why which schools were closed.

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