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Greater Riverdale will see two traveling lanes for the next year or so on Riverdale Avenue. 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
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
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
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
When it ruled last month that a football coach at a public high school could gather his team at the 50-yard line to recite a prayer, the U.S. Supreme Court reignited debate over the practice of religion in public schools. more
It’s easy to track packages from Amazon and other places, so why not track something a little more important to democracy — your ballot. more
In a rather unorthodox sense of the word, gifts are coming — not from a jolly man in a red suit and reindeer-pulled sleigh, but from Albany. More specifically, Gov. Kathy Hochul's office. more
Schools are overcrowding across the city, and this part of the Bronx is hardly immune. But ever since the Vatican closed the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and its parochial school and the land was deconsecrated in 2017, many have eyed its valuable West 239th Street land next to Van Cortlandt Park as the perfect site to build a new public school. more
Few education landscapes have been subject to changes over the course of the coronavirus pandemic as much as the city’s public elementary schools. more
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