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At the close of a year that saw the death of autistic student Avonte Oquendo and a report on overcrowding released by the city Comptroller’s office, school safety and class size … more
For Adrian Pinto, a fifth-grade student at St. John’s School in Kingsbridge, Veterans Day has taken on a new meaning since his older brother Chris joined the army.  “When a day … more
Students at St. Margaret’s were unfazed by chilly temperatures on the morning of Oct. 24 as they circled the school and its courtyard for a walkathon to raise money for the school’s iPad … more
Twenty-seven colleges visited IN-Tech on Oct. 23 for its college fair, ready to provide students with information about the schools and their application processes.  But in addition to … more
Only a few minor details set the Riverdale Bowl — a football game between the Robert J. Christen School (P.S. 81) and the Spuyten Duyvil School (P.S. 24) — apart from the Super … more
A change in the Department of Education’s cell phone policy could mean financial troubles for businesses that store phones during the school day.   But for many of their young … more
Schools in New York City will still be giving out letter grades on their report cards this year, but they will not be receiving them.  On Oct. 1, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña … more
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