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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for eliminating more than $35 million earmarked for dozens of private nonprofit colleges across the state, and students aren’t happy. more
Outside it was a dreary and cloudy Friday morning. But, inside P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil, there were shrieks of laughter coming from the school’s auditorium. more
On the left plane of the auditorium, 10-year-olds in bright Native American headdresses, red sailor bandanas and 17th century colonial tricorn hats wriggled in their linked wooden seats. more
I no longer remember where and when I first became aware of Andy Goldsworthy and his incredible presence and contributions to environmental art. more
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Foundation is taking its community outreach a step further with three partial scholarships to three different students who demonstrate educational distinction. more
Jason Garofalo, a math teacher at the Marble Hill School for International Studies, was one of seven recipients of the Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics. more
Lehman College junior Sharon Lee received the “Best Essay” award and a prize of $1,000 in the K.Y. & Noelle Chynn 2017 CUNY Ethics and Morality Essay Contest. more
Instead of learning about poet John Keats through photocopies of his poems or downloads of a textbook, Lehman College students like Georgia Manesis had a chance to see his work first-hand through visits to libraries which house his personal papers. more
Among the many things Gov. Andrew Cuomo would like to see happen during his recent State of the State address is a plan where no student goes hungry. more
When Dorit Niven first started teaching at Kinneret Day School in 1967, the president was Johnson, not Trump, and the school itself was found not on Netherland Avenue, but on the Grand Concourse. more
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