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21 NYC Teachers Are Among 50 DOE Employees in NYC Who Have Died Due To Coronavirus

photo: Tweed Building – NYC DOE Headquarters As reported by ABC News A food service staffer, a guidance counselor and 21 public...

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NYC DOE Providing IPads To Students For Remote Learning As Schools Close For Remainder Of The Year

On Saturday, April 11, after consulting with public health experts and educators about the ongoing trajectory of the...

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Principal at Brooklyn School Dies From Coronavirus Complications

The principal of Brooklyn Democracy Academy in Brownsville, has died due to complications from the coronavirus. This is the first known...

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New York City Schools May Be Closed for The Rest of the School Year Says De Blasio

On March 15 Mayor De Blasio announced that New York City Public Schools would officially close until April 20, 2020, However, due to the...

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Highlights of the Whopping $92.8 Billion New York City Budget

NEW YORK––Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, Council Finance Chair Daniel Dromm and members of the City Council...

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3rd ANNUAL HEALTHY NYC EXPO COMING TO BROOKLYN SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 OVER 40 CORPORATE & COMMUNITY PARTNERS PARTICIPATING

Brooklyn, NY – JIG Media has announced that the 3rd Annual Healthy NYC Expo will be held Saturday September 7, 2019 at the Brooklyn...

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How Amazon’s Arrival to New York City Could Impact Schools

BY CHRISTINA VEIGA, ALEX ZIMMERMAN, REEMA AMIN After months of speculation, Amazon announced Tuesday that it picked Long Island City for...

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Sat Nov 17th 50th Anniversary Event in Honor Of Ocean-Hill Brownsville Teacher’s Strike of 1968

A Community’s Fight for Education Equity 50 Years Later — How Long Do We Wait? BROWNSVILLE, BROOKLYN – The Ocean...

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More Money in Contract for NYC Teachers, But Is It a Raise?

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Philissa Cramer on October 12, 2018 The contract deal that New York City and its teachers union announced...

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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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