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U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres and fellow Rep. Mike Lawler have introduced bipartisan legislation to establish a new special envoy position dedicated to advancing the Abraham Accords — the landmark 2020 U.S.-brokered normalization agreements between Israel and Arab countries in the Middle East. more
Much has been said about the academic toll the coronavirus pandemic has taken on students. But an argument can be made that it’s actually the adults who are responsible — it’s the adults who are failing. more
To the editor: Our Councilman, Eric Dinowitz, has made higher education in our city immeasurably better for people like me who have had to work to overcome their learning differences at every turn. more
The City Council unanimously approved Councilman Eric Dinowitz’s bill on Jan. 19 to develop and manage a program to assist students with disabilities who are seeking to go to college. more
(NAPSI)—Here’s a clever secondary education idea you may be glad you learned: When graduates walk across the stage at a Texas State Technical College (TSTC) graduation ceremony, they do more than … more
A city school program that emerged during the pandemic with one site in Kingsbridge Heights that tackled learning loss for public school students is now expanding to 70 sites in 32 geographical school districts by March 2023. more
After what could have been an endless battle in the court room during summer break over the education department’s budget cuts, state appellate court ruled there wouldn’t be a city council revote days before Thanksgiving. more
The education department’s Division of Early Childhood Education came under fire after the most powerful teachers union called it a broken and disorganized system to the point where their trust is gone. more
“I will graduate.” That’s what 11,000 students chanted at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Oct. 24 during the largest education celebration in New York City. more
To the editor: (re: “Ensure democracy by investing in education,” Oct. 13) All schooling after high school is vocational in nature. College education and vocational training are synonymous terms that have little to do with the well-being of the population, other than a possibly economic impact. more
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