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Opinion: Kids have to go back to school: The racial achievement gap expands the longer students are out of class
Jul 1, 6:59 AM: Although criminal justice reform is at the top of New York City’s public agenda, new police policies on their own are not adequate to achieve racial justice. Consider how New York City’s failure to produce a strategy to >
The Bronx charter school has children who use missing languages
Jun 29, 7:08 AM: Students in the Classic Charter School are all taught Latin – and more than a quarter of the network kids scored the highest score on the recent national exams on the ancient tongue.
Private schools seek flexibility from state mandates to return to the classrooms
Jun 29, 6:40 AM: Some private school officials say their institutions are small, nimble and flexible enough to reopen safely this fall amid the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, compared to larger schools with hundreds or even a few >
UFT members file improper practice charge against union
Jun 26, 7:21 AM: Members argued that keeping New York City public schools open during the novel coronavirus pandemic and requiring staff in the buildings until March 9, endangered the lives of thousands of employees. Over 70 DOE staff died >
Three Long Island Catholic schools closing because of coronavirus' impact
Jun 22, 7:23 AM: Three Long Island Catholic elementary schools, including one nearly a century old, are closing because the coronavirus badly hurt their finances amid falling enrollment, church officials said Friday.
Editorial: Regents did right by renewing BuffSci, but why did it take two votes?
Jun 10, 8:05 AM: There’s no reason to send flowers or a fruit basket to the State Board of Regents for doing the right thing by reauthorizing the Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School to operate for another five years. >
Regents reverse closure of high-performing Buffalo Academy of Science charter school
Jun 9, 7:11 AM: The New York Board of Regents Monday reversed its surprising decision last month to close a high-performing Buffalo charter school after a strong campaign from the school’s families.
Surprise graduation for UPrep class of 2020 hosted by black-owned businesses
Jun 9, 6:41 AM: On Tuesday, the seniors walked into school thinking they were picking up their caps and gowns. Instead, they were treated to a video and portrait photo session that documented their stories and will be turned into a >
DOE keeps tight lid on ‘unflattering’ remote-learning survey results
Jun 8, 7:34 AM: All students in grades 6 to 12, and parents or guardians of kids in grades pre-K to 12, were invited to respond to respective surveys. The deadline was May 1. More than a month later, the DOE still won’t release the >
Protesters rally for education reform for black students
Jun 8, 6:56 AM: Hundreds filled the area singing, dancing and a clear call for to improve education systems for black and brown students. The group rallying against racial injustice within the education system, especially for Rochester >
Editorial: ‘Unbiased’ Department of Education just got caught playing rank politics
May 28, 7:54 AM: Carranza’s on record saying it’s wrong to “waste” this crisis. So when his DOE insists, “We have not yet made any decisions on this policy, and will not do so without hearing first from our students and families,” you’re >
Column: Instead of closing good charter schools, why not learn from them?
May 28, 7:32 AM: The decision also is baffling even to charter school skeptics like me, who've always been concerned about the vast majority of kids left in traditional public schools.
Colleges and private schools are preparing for 'hybrid' school in September
May 28, 6:42 AM: Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry surveyed their students and found they were split: About half are more comfortable with online courses, and the other half prefer face-to-face instruction. The school is preparing to offer >
Experts Say Creativity, Support & Guidance Will Help Make Remote Learning Successful
May 27, 7:30 AM: The pandemic has become a catalyst for innovation in education, and the only thing that is clear is that school as most of us have always known it will never be the same.
Editorial: Regents err in declining to reauthorize high-performing Buffalo charter school
May 26, 7:35 AM: Memo to Buffalo schools, especially its charters: Don’t try so hard. The Board of Regents doesn’t really want you to succeed.
All girls charter school in the Bronx makes transition to distance learning
May 22, 7:37 AM: It’s taken foresight, planning and on-the-fly adaptation, but Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls (BLIG) on Concourse Village West has successfully made the transition to distance learning and is even using the >
One of Buffalo's highest-performing public schools faces closure. Here's why.
May 22, 7:24 AM: One of Buffalo’s highest-performing public schools faces closure following a vote by the New York State Board of Regents last week. WBFO’s education reporter Kyle Mackie reports on how Buffalo Academy of Science Charter >
Brooklyn school traumatized by coronavirus is now fighting for its survival
May 21, 8:27 AM: Essence Robinson's hard work was evident nine years ago when, with Zaire by her side, she was the first parent to enroll her child in what is now Ember Charter School in the heart of Bed-Stuy.
Hempstead district faces cuts over student exodus to charter schools
May 21, 7:42 AM: Nassau County's largest and poorest K-12 school district faces a growing exodus of students to nearby charter schools, and will probably have to cut programs and staff for the second consecutive year, officials announced >
‘Never missed a beat’: Catholic schools shine during uncertain time
May 20, 8:16 AM: With some parents out of work or furloughed due to the coronavirus pandemic and Sunday contributions to parishes down because churches are closed, many wonder how the events of the last two months will impact Catholic >



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