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Abdullah Abid spends his classroom time not at a school in the Bronx, but instead at an elite specialized institution, Stuyvesant High School, off Chambers Street in lower Manhattan. more
Come next spring, there might not be any students graduating from P.S. 207 in Kingsbridge — and parents are happy about it. more
The United Chaplains State of New York athletic league is creating a volleyball league for 150 students between 14 and 19, until Oct. 7. more
The decision by the SUNY Charter Schools Committee to change its process of teacher certification has earned a lawsuit from the state’s largest teachers union. more
Hurricanes Maria and Irma caused massive damage and destruction to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands last month. It’s displaced countless families as both U.S. territories start the slow rebuilding process, forcing many to relocate. more
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How do you win a $10,000 scholarship? All 16-year-old Vera Zarubin had to do was demonstrate how to harness the heat generated by a device like a smartphone and turn that waste energy into electricity. more
Classrooms with far too many students in the city’s public schools have continued a downward trend this year, according to the United Federation of Teachers. more
The school known as the “castle on the parkway” will remain under the control of the city’s education department. more
State attorney general Eric Schneiderman joined a coalition of 20 attorneys general across the country to demanding the federal education department end its rollback of legal protections for student loan borrowers. more
Bright Horizons at Riverdale made it official. Late last month, the early learning center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally announce its opening to the community with some 30 families … more
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