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Greater Riverdale will see two traveling lanes for the next year or so on Riverdale Avenue. more
Not to be an “I-told-you-so,” but Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz was. “I hate to say it, but I told you so.” That was the Assemblyman’s comment made during a video he made during dismissal about the “dangerous” northbound and southbound traffic at P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen on the first day of school Sept. 8. more
Balloons and signs were strung up on around P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen last Thursday for a warm welcome as students walked through the front doors to mark the new school year. more
For five years, the padlocked church and parochial school at 160 Van Cortlandt Park has remained vacant, succumbing slowly to Mother Nature. It was one of 18 Catholic churches the New York Archdiocese deconsecrated in a single day in 2017, paving the way to sell or redevelop the properties, though it appeared not to be in a hurry to do so. more
New York City public school students can officially say goodbye to some teachers starting Sept. 8 as a court date hearing for an appeal to last summer’s schools budget cut has been pushed back to the end of the month. more
On the DeWitt Clinton high school lives a new, large farm that can grow 10,000 pounds of produce a year. It is an example of the farming of the future called hydroponics, more
Anny Chen, a rising high school senior, got a taste of college and a life lesson in a three-week session last month at Columbia University. more
The city council and Mayor Eric Adams will have to revisit the 2023 academic year budget after a New York state supreme court judge Friday returned the education portion of the city’s budget for reconsideration. To prolong matters more, the mayor is set to appeal the decision. more
The city council and Mayor Eric Adams will have to revisit the 2023 school year budget after a New York state supreme court judge Friday returned the education portion of the city’s budget for reconsideration. more
With the first day of school only weeks away, the status of class sizes, how many teachers will be working, and which extracurricular activities will be kept are still up in the air in the city’s public schools. more
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