Education

Parents impact licence boss for ‘boot camp’ fortify at school

Angry relatives who explain their kids are being busted by foot camp-style teaching are entertainment an overthrow at Eva Moskowitz’s flagship, $68 million Success Academy licence school that non-stop in September. Moskowitz’s heavily hyped Success Academy Hudson Yards Middle School, which so distant enrolls about 200 kids in grades 5 and six, is meant to be a indication for her …

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Over 200 teachers at two NYC schools forced to reapply to jobs

More than 200 teachers at two long-struggling city high schools are being forced to reapply for their jobs in fresh bids to spin the schools around, city schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña pronounced Thursday. Over the next several months, 128 teachers at Flushing High School in Queens and another 96 teachers at DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx will have …

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NYC high school manager axed for making ‘rapist’ fun to girls

An iconic lane manager at the Bronx High School of Science has been sacked from his pursuit for making a “rapist” fun at practice. Ken Miller pronounced Friday he was canned last month for revelation girls on the group to “run like a assailant was chasing them” as partial of a feeble recognised pep talk. “I don’t know what we …

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NYC libraries’ excellent thought waives $2.25M in late fees for kids

If redemption is divine, the city libraries are godly. New York City’s 3 open library systems are lifting all superb late fines for city youths Thursday, clearing roughly $2.25 million in charges and erasing blocks on youngsters’ library cards effective immediately. The program automatically grants a purify line-up to all library congregation up to age 17 who have library fines …

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City schools ill-equipped to meet needs of homeless students

The open schools are woefully confused to meet the needs of an bursting race of homeless students — and kids are pang since of it, a new report charges. Public Advocate Letitia James ripped the city’s services for homeless open school kids in a Wednesday press discussion at City Hall phenomenon the report. She argued that schools with top rates …

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NYC school staff salaries arise $555M

School workers took home $555 million some-more last year than they did in the prior year — and the biggest paycheck went to a rabble-rousing teacher the city has prolonged sought to fire. New city payroll information the Empire Center for Public Policy gathered shows the city’s sum compensate to school workers augmenting to $10.73 billion for the 2016-17 school …

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Harlem student, 12, destitute carrying fabrication pistol at school

A 12-year-old Harlem open school tyro was found with an fabrication pistol in his backpack, police pronounced Thursday. The gun was detected about 9:20 a.m. Wednesday after an partner principal beheld the child had brought his trek into the lunchroom at John Finley Campus School on W. 130th St. about 9:20 a.m. Wednesday. When the school central didn’t get a …

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Parents call on de Blasio to embankment plans for unassigned teachers

Dozens of angry relatives rallied Thursday at City Hall and called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to embankment his devise to place unassigned teachers in the open schools. The criticism came as de Blasio prepares to place up to 400 teachers from a dear pool of sailing educators — famous as the Absent Teacher Reserve — into vacancies at open …

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Twelve NYC hospitals, schools to embankment blood transfusion machines

In a pierce to strengthen New York against a unwashed explosve attack, the city’s hospitals and universities will get absolved of machines that enclose radiologic element absolute adequate to be used to make a bomb. Twelve hospitals and schools have concluded to throw the devices, famous as irradiators, which are used for scheming blood transfusions and in cancer research. They’ll …

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Record series of homeless kids attend NYC schools this year

One in 10 city schoolkids was homeless during the school year that finished in June, representing a 6% boost over the year before, new statistics show. A record 111,562 homeless students attended city schools in the 2016-17 year, up from 105,445 in the 2015-16 school year, according to information posted online Tuesday by the New York State Technical and Education …

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