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East New York District 19 Middle School Fair Thurs Oct 18

Learn about the schools in District 19 (East New York) and how to apply to middle school this fall. There will be presentations on middle...

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Deadline To Nominate Your Favorite NYC Teacher for Big Apple Awards is Monday Nov 26, 2018

You can nominate your favorite teacher, to receive the Big Apple Award, which is an award  given to teachers who go above and beyond for...

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Here’s How Richard Carranza Handled Houston’s Special Education Crisis and What It Could Mean for New York City

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Alex Zimmerman on April 3, 2018 | PHOTO: Christina Veiga   Two days before Richard Carranza took over...

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3K For All Applications Are Available Now for Harlem, South Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens

3-K Admissions Overview 3-K for All brings free, full-day, high-quality education to three-year-old children in New York City. 3-K programs...

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Rising Number of Students in Temporary Housing Lead Advocates To Call on City for Support

Advocates for Children of New York (AFC) and Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) called on Mayor de Blasio to provide...

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Easing of School Crowding Procedures Questioned by New York City Council

Original Media Source: City Limits – photo John McCarten/City Council More than three years ago, the new PS 77 opened on Webster...

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‘Sex and the City’ star and Public Schools Advocate Cynthia Nixon Launches Bid for N.Y. Governor

‘Sex and the City’ star and public schools advocate Cynthia Nixon launches bid for N.Y. governor Originally posted on Chalkbeat by...

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Mayor de Blasio Appoints Richard A. Carranza as Schools Chancellor

Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed Richard A. Carranza as New York City’s next Schools Chancellor. As Superintendent of the Houston...

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Do Charter Schools Hurt Their Neighboring Schools? A NYC Study Says No

Do charter schools hurt their neighboring schools? A new study of New York City schools says no — they help. Originally posted on...

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Experts Say There’s a Catch To Cuomo’s Free College Tuition Concept

Original Media Source: Chalkbeat Recently Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that lawmakers had reached a deal on a new scholarship, hailed as...

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