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Parents have said the city’s education department has not provided easy access to information about gifted and talented programs. A new bill that will eventually go before city council would … more
At the Robert J. Christen School, P.S. 81, last Thursday, you could eat food dishes from around the world and never leave the cafeteria. You could have some cabbage pie, made Russian style. … more
Hollywood has come to the David A. Stein Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy as the middle and high school held its first-ever student film festival, RKA Roar. Under the theme “Teen Life and … more
After five months as the interim leader, Steven Schwartz is now the permanent principal at Spuyten Duyvil P.S. 24 — a new job which has brought him full circle. That’s because Schwartz … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, state senate majority leader John Flanagan, Sen. Jeffrey Klein, and Assembly speaker Carl Heastie announced an agreement last week on the fiscal 2018 state budget that increases … more
It had to be the matching corduroy blazers. At least that’s what Jacob Klawans and Jonathan Sudo are crediting for winning the Open Championship with the New York City Urban Debate … more
Teachers, paraprofessionals and parents traveled to Albany last week as part of the United Federation of Teachers’ Lobby Day. The group of 800, representing New York City public schools, met … more
Amber Charter School is moving from its Washington Heights location to 3120 Corlear Ave. in Kingsbridge this fall. It will take over the middle school space of the Tech International Charter School, … more
Parents give task force earful about programs for gifted childrenParents seem to have a lot of problems with the gifted and talented programs at area schools: information not easily available, no … more
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