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A Night to Remember

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by West Side Spirit The 2011 WESTY Awards (West Side Spirit Thanks You) took place the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 19 at Jewish Home Lifecare. Harold Holzer of The Metropolitan Museum of Art was the master of ceremonies, and 20 west siders were honored for their contributions to the community. Photos by Andrew Schwartz
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New Parent Leader of School Panel

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Annechino and other local advocates are focused on the overcrowding problem By Megan Finnegan This summer, the loudest education battle raging on the Upper West Side was the fight over whether Success Charter Network would be opening its newest elementary school in the Brandeis High School complex. Now that Upper West Success has triumphed over [&hellip
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With Construction Stopped, Charter Fight Continues

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By Megan Finnegan Last week, while dozens of elected officials, parents and education experts rallied against the co-location of the Upper West Success Academy Charter School, the head of that same charter school network sat in the midst of kids’ artwork in a Harlem gallery, calmly explaining her hopes for the future students of the [&hellip
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City Passive on Goal to Open Charter to More UWS Kids

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City education officials have been saying for months that they wanted to give District 3 students the best chance of attending the proposed Upper West Side charter school, but they do not appear to have done much to make it happen before the vote to approve the school next week
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Open Charter to Local Kids, Board Says

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By Rebecca Douglas Mark Diller, chairperson of Community Board 7’s youth, education and libraries committee, began last week’s meeting with an emphasis on courtesy, but the atmosphere was strained as parents tried to remain polite as they discussed the future of their children’s education
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