Posts Tagged ‘Education’

School Rezoning Plan Leaves Room for Charter

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By Dan Rivoli P.S. 145, is according to the Department of Education and Principal Ivelisse Alvarez, a good school. The city gave P.S. 145, located on 150 W. 105th St. between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues, a B in this year’s progress report card. Though the school received poor marks for school environment and student performance, [&hellip
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Parental Guidance

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A guide to helping your child make the most of the school year By Ashley Troost, Elisabeth Frankel Reed and Tanisia Morris Summer vacation is coming to a close and the kids have a closetful of freshly purchased fall clothes, but is your family really ready to head back to school? We talked to several [&hellip
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Worth The Wait

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Harvard and Princeton have a waiting list and now CUNY does as well By Jay Hershenson As the fall semester nears, The City University of New York is brimming with a record number of students—more than the University can accommodate. For the past 10 years, CUNY’s baccalaureate programs have seen increasing enrollments even as more [&hellip
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Have A Child With A Special Need?

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Public Services And Schooling For NYC Children With Special Needs “The more information you have to help your child, the better your child can be served,” says Vanessa Markowitz, a lawyer and advocate for families with children with special needs. So for city parents who think that their child may have some kind of problem—be [&hellip
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