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A longtime teacher and administrator for P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil Harriet E. Charles passed away on Nov. 6, 2022. She was 98. more
Can New York City’s Pre-K for All guarantee still be a reality when a large number of the independent pre-kindergarten providers aren’t reimbursed for providing said services, and the person in charge abruptly quits? more
The head of the United Federation of Teachers finally responded to growing pressure from a group of municipal retirees who fear the effects of a health care switch that would save the city and public sector unions millions of dollars a year but offer potentially inferior benefits. more
To the editor: (re: “Retirees fear supplemental insurance switch,” Sept. 29) Forcing retired municipal workers into a for-profit Medicare Advantage health plan is cost-cutting for who?  more
In the race for the new senate 31 seat, a pro-charter school political action committee is putting its weight behind first-time candidate Angel Vasquez in his bid to oust Sen. Robert Jackson. more
Rose C. McKenna passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2022, surrounded by loved ones. Her husband, Thomas, and her sister, Anna, preceded her in death. more
Ruth Gotian spends her days as the “chief learning officer” and an assistant professor teaching anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. But on this particular evening, she was Ruth Gotian, author of “The Success Factor,” exploring how to reach “peak performance” through the eyes of those who actually achieved it. more
It doesn’t matter if the court is conservative or liberal — Teachers wanting to work in the classroom are going to need a vaccine shot. Maybe two. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected yet another attempt by some educators to skip vaccine requirements on campus, citing a religious exemption. more
Demoralizing. That’s what Naomi Sharlin called her first day back at school. The omicron variant continues to take the coronavirus to new record highs in infection rates, but New York City schools vow to stay open. Yet, that doesn’t mean many are comfortable making a return. more
With the omicron variant taking over a vast majority of coronavirus infections in New York City, Councilman Eric Dinowitz has joined forces with City Hall colleagues Mark Levine and Mark Treyger, as well as the United Federation of Teachers labor union to demand city officials provide the resources to schools can test everyone who walks onto campus. more
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