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250 Success Academy Parents Mobilize For Parent Choice
Feb 26, 7:50 AM: More than 250 Success Academy parents mobilized for a week-long series of virtual meetings with elected officials to advocate for parent choice and urge them to eliminate the arbitrary charter “cap” — a statutory limit on >
Students call remote learning ‘boring’ and ‘weird’ during de Blasio school visit
Feb 26, 7:27 AM: The reviews are in: remote learning is “boring.” And it’s also “weird,” students told Mayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza during their visit to a Bronx middle school on Thursday. >
Editorial: NYC charter schools deserve COVID-19 justice
Feb 24, 7:52 AM: Low as our opinion is of this mayor and chancellor, we’re still shocked that they would weaponize the pandemic to attack charters — which routinely deliver better results than the schools they run. >
COVID, remote learning contribute to 5,098 drop in enrollment
Feb 23, 6:55 AM: What impact did COVID and hybrid learning had on the choices parents made? News10NBC went through the state's data and we found the virus and remote learning played a role in driving thousands of families away from their >
‘Beyond incredulous’: Manhattan judge green lights COVID testing for charter schools, blasts city officials for barring access
Feb 22, 8:13 AM:

A Manhattan judge, in a sharp rebuke of city school officials, ruled that charter school students are entitled to the same weekly COVID-19 testing program employed in New York’s public schools.

Principal at Bronx charter school discusses importance of mentorship for kids
Feb 18, 6:56 AM: Mentorship is a vital aspect to the education of young people throughout their schooling and into their adult lives, one Bronx charter school principal says.
Families going from public to private schools for full in-person learning
Feb 18, 6:40 AM: Some local superintendents say they’ve seen changes in enrollment during the pandemic. For example, in the Greece district, kindergarten numbers are down, home-schooling is up, and the migration to private schools has also >
New York Was the 1st Big School District to Reopen. Here’s What Happened.
Feb 15, 10:28 AM: Elementary schools have been open for months. As the city prepares to reopen middle schools, problems remain, but there is also cause for optimism.
Judge denies Buffalo teachers union injunction to stop in-person learning at schools
Feb 12, 8:57 AM: A State Supreme Court Judge has denied the Buffalo Teachers Federation union a preliminary injunction that sought to return to remote learning for Buffalo Public Schools. Some children in the district returned to in-person >
Charter school enrollment grows by 17% on Staten Island, data shows
Feb 10, 7:46 AM: Enrollment among Staten Island’s six operating charter schools has increased substantially — by 17% — during the 2020-2021 school year compared to the year prior — as public school enrollment declines citywide, preliminary >
Former Brooklyn educator eyes charter school in Schenectady
Feb 8, 7:29 AM: Rogers said he plans to lead with his personal story – the story of a young Black man misserved by a public education system and committed to helping teach youth in the position he was once in – and work in the community >
Mayor de Blasio brushes away declining enrollment in New York City public schools as only ‘one-year reality’
Feb 4, 7:48 AM: Mayor de Blasio on Wednesday argued the historic drop in city public school enrollment this year was only temporary, and insisted that families would return once the pandemic died down.
Parent demand for NYC charter school seats intensified during COVID-19 pandemic
Feb 3, 7:41 AM: Sector enrollment increased by 10,000 students this year — compared to a 43,000 drop at traditional public schools, according to the New York City Charter School Center.
Buffalo Schools reopen amidst legal challenge from Buffalo Teachers Union
Feb 2, 7:15 AM: The Buffalo Public School District reopened for in-person instruction as scheduled on Monday. It was the first student entry into Buffalo school buildings since March of last year.
More kids are going to charter schools, but are they better?
Feb 1, 8:14 AM: The latest New York state testing scores show that charter schools outperformed all other public schools in Monroe County in three out of four English and math assessments.
More kids are going to charter schools, but are they better
Jan 29, 8:05 AM: The latest New York state testing scores show that charter schools outperformed all other public schools in Monroe County in three out of four English and math assessments.
Charter school for kids with autism to open in September
Jan 29, 7:56 AM: Staten Island students on the autism spectrum, and those with other disabilities, can now enroll in a boroughwide college preparatory charter school.
Enrollment in Public Schools Drops by 43,000 Students
Jan 28, 8:17 AM: Enrollment in city public schools has fallen by 43,000 students since last year, new data shows — a sign some families have left the system as it struggles to adapt to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘Enraged is a good word’: Parents express frustration with delay in opening Montclair schools
Jan 25, 8:12 AM: The Montclair Education Association, the teacher's union representing the staff in the district, believes it isn't safe to return, citing a variety of issues with ventilation and disinfecting methods used in the schools. >
Low Supply of Covid-19 Vaccine Could Delay Return to Full-Time In-Person Learning in NYC Schools
Jan 22, 8:23 AM: Teachers union leader Michael Mulgrew says public schools in New York City could be forced to continue remote learning into fall



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