Education

Ten students trying to bring knives into Chelsea school suspended

Ten students were dangling after a mark screening suggested they were trying to bring knives into their Chelsea school, police sources pronounced Thursday. The screening happened Wednesday at the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex, 6 high schools located on W. 18th St. in Manhattan. The Department of Education pronounced steel detectors were brought in for the day to control a mark …

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Cuomo approves devise to build pre-K at New York Hall of Science

ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo late Wednesday night gave his capitulation to a city devise to build a cutting-edge pre-kindergarten school at the New York Hall of Science. Cuomo, just before midnight, sealed legislation that would concede the city Department of Education to use a apportionment of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for the $50 million Pre-K Center, which would enroll 300 kids …

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Former city schools boss says he would be open to top CUNY post

A former city schools chancellor isn’t statute out the probability of holding over the top pursuit at the City University of New York. Rudy Crew, boss of CUNY’s Medgar Evers College, has emerged as one intensity claimant to lead the network after the proclamation this week that Chancellor James N. Milliken will depart at the finish of the educational year. …

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Four harmed in scholarship examination left wrong at Bronx school

Four St. Catharine Academy students were harmed Wednesday when a chemistry scholarship examination with a bunsen burner went badly at the Bronx school, officials said. The fumble took place at about 8:35 a.m. in the all girls Catholic high school on Williamsbridge Road nearby Astor Ave. in Allerton. Two were critically harmed during a chemistry proof and two were in …

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Cops recover teen after sex attack claims are found baseless

Cops expelled a 16-year-old child who had been arrested at a Brooklyn high school Monday after a younger student’s claims he forced her to perform a sex act on him in the stairwell were unfounded. The girl, 13, told police the older child coerced her about 11:30 a.m. Friday at Edward R. Murrow High School in Midwood. The victim pronounced …

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Pro-life tyro organisation ends authorised battle with Queens College

A Queens College pro-life tyro organisation finished its authorised beef with the school on Wednesday. Queens College Students For Life complained that the school denied its efforts to turn a purebred tyro classification in Nov 2016. A lawsuit filed in Brooklyn sovereign court, purported the school was teaching a bad doctrine that free debate wasn’t for everyone. Queens College pronounced …

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Bronx students, 44th Precinct cops group up for mentoring program

A organisation of Bronx kids are getting some big-time mentors Friday as partial of a new program. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City is kicking off its “Bigs in Blue” police mentoring program with cops from the 44th Precinct and students from the Rafael Hernandez Dual Language Magnet School with a school assembly. The program matches 20 area …

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Education Dept. should examine help accused of attack kid: lawyer

The teacher’s help accused of attack a special needs tyro on Staten Island should be investigated by the school system, not prosecuted criminally, his counsel pronounced Thursday. David Pologruto, 61, told cops he “loves” the 11-year-old child he’s accused of smacking on the palm and back inside PS 48 in Concord, police said. “He pinches a lot. we adore the …

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30 students send from Bronx high school where teen was killed

A vanquish of students and two staffers have fled the Bronx “Zoo School” where a tyro was killed in a classroom stabbing. Since the Sept. 27 slaying of 15-year-old Matthew McCree at the Bronx Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation, about 30 students have eliminated to other schools — and the two teachers who witnessed the attack are on paid …

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N.Y. preparation officials approve 5 new licence schools for city

State preparation officials voted Tuesday to approve the origination of 5 some-more licence schools in New York City. The new charters the state Board of Regents is permitting embody 4 schools in the Bronx and one in Staten Island. The publicly funded, secretly run schools are slated to open in 2018. There are now 227 licence schools in the city, …

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