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To keep pace with technology and more efficient learning for students, the price tag could add up to $10,000. more
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Every morning Brother Raymond Meagher, a former professor at Manhattan College’s School of Education and Health, told students to say three things to themselves: “I am amazing.” “I am awesome.” And, “I am great.” more
Michael Truell, a student at the Horace Mann School, was one of 80 students selected for the Center for Excellence in Education’s Research Science Institute. more
When Gan Miriam Early Learning Center closed its doors at the Riverdale Jewish Center with little notice last month, no one seemed sure who would take over the Independence Avenue space. The … more
Nine New York City parents filed a petition with the state’s commissioner of education MaryEllen Elia, charging the city’s education department failed to reduce class sizes as required by Contract for Excellence Law. more
Bronx Prep Charter High School graduated 50 seniors at the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts last week. more
One of the biggest milestones in someone’s life is high school graduation. In a single moment, everyone surrounding you is focused only on you as your name fills the room, and you walk across the stage to collect that coveted diploma, ready to embark on a new chapter. more
If gifted education is going to succeed in the Bronx and Brooklyn, it’s going to require more testing, better education, and a middle school expansion. more
Have fun. Spend time with friends. Become a part of the school’s history. more
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
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