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The after-school program at P.S. 150 in Queens is one of 33 that would close under Mayor Michael Bloomberg's preliminary budget.< div>
A sixth-grade student at P.S.
A key idea behind Global Tech is that technology, being used here in a Spanish class, can engage students and finally improve middle school achievement.
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New York City's on-time high school graduation rate reached 59 percent for the class of 2009, and according to the New York Times, as Mayor Michael
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March 8 to 12 is Respect for All Week in the New York City public schools, a chance to intensify efforts around increasing respect for diversity
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This article originally had the incorrect day for the Panel on Educational Policy's vote on use of school space. The meeting is Wednesday,
A plan to give the City University of New York and the State University more autonomy is being praised by the chancellors of those schools. But many in the
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Students, parents, teachers and community groups gathered at Maxwell High School last December to protest the school's closing.
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The 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores for New York City students, released last week, demonstrate that there has been no notable progress
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Evening prayers at a midtown mosque. Many Muslim parents want the religion's holiest days to be included in the list of school holidays.
Isabel Bucaram of Astoria, Queens,
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This is one in a series, to run between now and Election Day, examining Mayor Michael Bloomberg's record in key areas. For more on the mayor's eight years