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Photo by Vanessa Velez Critics protest proposed cuts in the GED program at a City Hall rally last month. Some 1 million New Yorkers over the age of 16 do not have
Photo Edward Reed Don’t blame me, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Thursday. Blame Albany. Figuratively shaking his finger due north, Bloomberg released a $62.9 billion budget proposal yesterday that would reduce the city's
Roberta Zulawski, Sunnyside Community Services The after-school program at P.S. 150 in Queens is one of 33 that would close under Mayor Michael Bloomberg's preliminary budget.< div> A sixth-grade student at P.S.
Andrea Gabor A key idea behind Global Tech is that technology, being used here in a Spanish class, can engage students and finally improve middle school achievement. Visit the common room of
CC BY-SA 2.0 New York City's on-time high school graduation rate reached 59 percent for the class of 2009, and according to the New York Times, as Mayor Michael
div> Mister Wiki at en.wikipedia March 8 to 12 is Respect for All Week in the New York City public schools, a chance to intensify efforts around increasing respect for diversity
Photo (cc) 2010 SpecialKRB This article originally had the incorrect day for the Panel on Educational Policy's vote on use of school space. The meeting is Wednesday,
A plan to give the City University of New York and the State University more autonomy is being praised by the chancellors of those schools. But many in the
Images (c) pitirrefili Students, parents, teachers and community groups gathered at Maxwell High School last December to protest the school's closing.
Photo (cc) Runs With Scissors The 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores for New York City students, released last week, demonstrate that there has been no notable progress