Education

Queens teacher destitute for promulgation bare pics, videos to student

A Queens teacher was destitute Friday for promulgation pale photos and videos of himself to a 15-year-old former tyro — and asking her to do the same, cops said. Michael Cognato, 35, who worked at Intermediate School 93 in Ridgewood, allegedly began promulgation the girl exposed pictures of himself over the summer. Queens District Attorney Richard Brown pronounced Cognato’s victim …

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Sex crime charges tossed for Brooklyn school staffer

A maestro teaching partner accused of sexually assaulting a nonverbal autistic tyro in a classroom filled with other students and adults will not face transgression sex-abuse charges, the Daily News has learned. Alameldin Abdelrahim was accused of fixation the conduct of a 5-year-old kindergartner on his groin while sitting on a rocking chair and reading to the child. The 62-year-old …

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Student found stabbed outward Erasmus Hall campus in Brooklyn

A tyro from a open school at Brooklyn’s uneasy Erasmus Hall educational formidable was found stabbed just outward the campus Thursday afternoon, police said. Cops pronounced a 19-year-old male was found stabbed in the torso nearby Church and Bedford Aves. around 2:40 p.m. and taken to Kings County Hospital where he was in fast condition. The Erasmus Hall campus dates …

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City educators get day to gleam at News’ Hometown Heroes awards

It’s their time to shine. Ten moving educators who any gave their all — and then some — to boost the fortunes of city school kids took their turns in the spotlight Thursday at the Daily News Hometown Heroes in Education awards. Mayor de Blasio assimilated top preparation leaders and stars from the worlds of acting, music and broadcasting for …

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Bronx school gets 20 send requests after teen fatally stabbed

Nearly two dozen parents, rattled by a deadly classroom stabbing, are seeking to mislay their kids from the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation in the Bronx. The send requests flooded in following the Sept. 27 murder of 15-year-old Matthew McCree, Education Department officials said. “Approximately 20 send requests have been submitted given the tragedy,” pronounced mouthpiece Toya Holness. “We …

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Catch up with two prior Hometown Hero award-winning teachers

These award-winning educators continue to gleam and come up with innovative ways to learn children. The Daily News has famous 43 educators who have left the additional mile given rising its Hometown Heroes endowment 5 years ago. They have been lauded for their creativity, loyalty and well-developed abilities to offer their students. The winners of the awards contend they have …

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Here are the Daily News Hometown Heroes in Education for 2017

JUDITH DANIELS Judith Daniels is one of the many dedicated educators in the city. The Brooklyn Public School 81 primogenitor coordinator was hit by 4 wandering bullets while walking families out from category in 2014. But Daniels rebounded and continues to give all to her pursuit — for the consequence of her students. As a primogenitor coordinator, Daniels serves as …

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10 educators selected out of 200 as Daily News Hometown Heroes

They’re heroes who customarily work in the shadows, but now they get to take a crawl in the spotlight. A organisation of New York City’s best educators will be famous Thursday when 10 teachers, principals and counselors are respected as the 2017 Daily News Hometown Heroes in Education. News readers nominated educators with well-developed skills and imagination who give their …

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Surge in series of weapons found in NYC schools

Weapons seizures skyrocketed in city schools for the three-month duration finale Oct. 1, police pronounced Tuesday. From Jul 1 by Sept. 30, police recovered 328 weapons at open schools. Last year, same time, it was 222. That’s an boost of 48%, Assistant Chief Brian Conroy told reporters at a Tuesday press discussion that Mayor de Blasio attended. “This is something …

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Marble Hill High School crafts futures for general students

They come from all over the globe, pronounce some-more than 30 languages and share their cultures with any other in opposite classrooms. Then scarcely all of them go on to college. The students at the Marble Hill High School for International Studies in the Bronx are, in a word, exceptional, Principal Kirsten Larson says. But she also insists that students …

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