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Angelina Mejia has spent the past few weeks making new friends, and it’s not just with fellow sixth-graders. Instead, these are friends old enough to be grandparents. more
Come next spring, there might not be any students graduating from P.S. 207 in Kingsbridge — and parents are happy about it. more
Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr. has earmarked more than $20 million in educational funding for 87 projects in schools across the Bronx. It is part of his 2018 fiscal year funding, according to a release. more
It’s a high-profile volunteer job high school students as young as 16 could have — but virtually none of them are applying. 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
It’s judgment time for four sixth-graders, eager to find out if nearly three hours of work paid off. 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
Want to know how to have a happy classroom? Try asking the kindergarteners at P.S. 344 AmPark Neighborhood School. They have some insightful answers. more
There are a lot of students at P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil. Too many students, in fact. more
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