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State Sen. Jeffrey Klein presented a plan for lowering college costs by expanding scholarship and tuition assistance programs, when he spoke last week at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, a private … more
The Education Department has reversed its decision and offered 58 local students seats at the Spuyten Duyvil School (P.S. 24), local politicians said, after parents threatened to hold a protest on … more
Public hearing on gifted and talented programs Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and his Brooklyn counterpart Eric Adams will hold a public hearing into the Gifted and Talented program on … more
The College of Mount Saint Vincent and Manhattan College both ranked at number three among 578 private colleges around the country for offering the greatest chance of economic mobility for students, … more
Children and teens matched skills in a video game contest during the first-ever “e-sports tournament” held by the youth committee of Community Board 8 on Feb. … more
Jamillah Cooper, a parent at the Tech International Charter School, says she will work to keep the school open, despite its plan to close at the end of June. She talks about how much her daughter … more
Manhattan College student Gino Giglio is a self-described “tax nerd.” When he is not watching a New York Mets games and other favorite sports teams on television, he is reading the latest issue … more
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To the editor:  The Mount is proud of our students and how well they advocate on their own behalf. Some of our students did not travel to Albany to contend that the governor’s … more
Last week, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon came to Lehman College with an upbeat message, exhorting young audience members to believe in the power of their voices. more
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