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Excelsior Scholarshipapplications availableThe application for the Excelsior Scholarship is now available. The goal of the state-run program is to make tuition free of charge for lower and … more
Getting off the Henry Hudson Parkway at Exit 22 was not an option last Friday morning. more
Just a year ago, the city’s education department called P.S. 207 “persistently dangerous” thanks to widespread bullying and an administration that refused to communicate, let alone do anything about it. more
It was the day before the earth science Regents exam, and Michael Halpern gives his students some final tips before taking the test. more
Spending time with classmates. Creating future memories. Making new friends. Working as a team. more
The Bronfman Fellowship selected Riverdalian Maayan Rosenfield for an immersive Israel program, stated an announcement from The Samuel Bronfman Foundation. The five-week summer program promotes the … more
Two separate cases and one plaintiff who refuses to give up. Manuele Verdi, the assistant principal of P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil, is pressing forward with his federal and state court cases against … more
“Who’s ready for storytelling?” Nicole Figueroa asked the room of more than 20 students from Riverdale Neighborhood House’s pre-Kindergarten classes. Figueroa, a children’s librarian at … more
Mayor Bill de Blasio and schools chancellor Carmen Fariña said they have allocated $28.8 million over the next five years to purchase and install air conditioning units in all New York City … more
It was the day before the trial of Chris Rausch, charged with the murder, in the second degree, of Robin Jones. The shooting was self-defense, her lawyers said. The prosecution, however, claims … more
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