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Flaws In The New School Tests

Jun 10, 2004

High-stakes testing of schoolchildren has been causing high anxiety not just among students and their parents, but also for teachers, principals, superintendents, even public officials -

 

The Citizen

Jun 02, 2004

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The Citizen

May 04, 2004

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Estimating New York City's Population

Apr 16, 2004

 Earlier this month, the United States Census Bureau declared New York City to have the highest population ever, based on a new estimate. According to the bureau's newly-released annual county

 

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Apr 12, 2004

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The Passion for Religion Ebbs

Mar 16, 2004

As the Passion of the Christ continues to break box office records, Christians observe lent, Jews prepare for Passover, the attorney general holds morning prayer services and politicians routinely voice their religious

 

Imprisoned In New York

Feb 19, 2004

 Criminals are among New York City’s most popular exports. According to a recent study, about 44,000 state prisoners, or two-thirds of the entire state prison population, are from New York

 

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Feb 02, 2004

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Who Are NYC's Republicans?

Jan 26, 2004

 As the Republicans prepare for their first-ever national convention to take place in New York City, are they struggling to come up with a welcoming committee of native New Yorkers?