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A change in the Department of Education’s cell phone policy could mean financial troubles for businesses that store phones during the school day.   But for many of their young … more
Schools in New York City will still be giving out letter grades on their report cards this year, but they will not be receiving them.  On Oct. 1, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña … more
The start of the school year on Sept. 4 brought a number of big firsts — from universal pre-k to free lunch at every middle school — for public school students in Riverdale and the rest … more
Kathy Soba remembers her classmates’ disbelieving reactions when they heard she had never met anyone who was not black or Hispanic before coming to the High School of American Studies at Lehman … more
Students in the Bronx and the rest of New York City saw slight improvements on state testing this year, according to data released by the state Education Department this month. On Aug. 14, Mayor … more
Incoming DeWitt Clinton High School freshman Rhazck Waters was less than enthusiastic about taking classes over the summer.  Several field trips, college visits and motivational speakers … more
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