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It was just a regular morning day for Erika Williams. She dropped off her fourth-grader Zayden at school, watching him walk up the flights of stairs to the front entrance of St. John’s School. more
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Ethical Culture Fieldston’s lower school is losing its interim principal by the end of the school year. 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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The Excelsior scholarship application for the spring 2018 semester is now available. Funded by the state, the program is designed to make tuition at SUNY and CUNY schools free of charge for lower and middle-income residents. more
The school known as the “castle on the parkway” will remain under the control of the city’s education department. 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 recent decision by President Donald Trump to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — or DACA, as it’s commonly called — have left schools like Lehman College taking a proactive stance as it works to support students. more
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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
Six months ago, Sonni Torres marked Sept. 20 on her calendar. It wasn’t a birthday, or an anniversary. Instead, that’s when Ndaba Mandela, grandson of the late South African president Nelson Mandela, was scheduled to visit her school. more
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