Education

Queens teacher who allegedly assaulted tyro still on payroll

It happened again. Another city teacher arrested for a crime against a tyro continues to draw his paycheck. Ramiro Cruz, destitute Wednesday for assaulting a student, spraining the 13-year-old boy’s finger, has been reassigned divided from the classroom but continues to be paid. The occurrence comes on the heels of a Daily News report that two other city teachers are …

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NYC to install air conditioning in all open school classrooms

The open schools are finally chilling out. The city will dump a cold $22.5 million to install air conditioning in all city classrooms by 2022, Mayor de Blasio pronounced Tuesday. Currently, about 11,000 classrooms opposite the city — a entertain of classrooms — do not have air conditioning, leaving kids and teachers sweating during the prohibited months. Educators, families and …

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City schools browbeat U.S. News & World Report annual ranking

New York City can explain bragging rights when it comes to the best high schools in the state, according to a new Top 10 list. The High School of American Studies at Lehman College was named best in the state for the fourth year in a quarrel in the annual rankings U.S. News World Report expelled Tuesday. Public schools in …

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Number of NYC open school students in shelters rises 15%

The series of city open school students who lived in homeless shelters for at slightest partial of the last school year rose by some-more than 4,000 over the year before, total expelled Monday show. The increase, from 28,567 to 32,803 in 2015-16, according to the Independent Budget Office, marks a 15% travel in students vital in shelters. The bill office’s …

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Bronx Science Facebook page becomes forum for suicidal students

Facebook “Confessions” pages allowed students from the city’s top high schools to share their unfiltered thoughts: Prom dates. College admissions. Academic pressure. For kids at the chosen Bronx High School of Science, a scarier subject flush — suicide. The online opening for Bronx Science students emerged as a entertainment mark for dozens of vexed and endangered teens around the time …

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Fariña reduces use of school suspension, punishment for NYC kids

Controversial disciplinary changes directed at shortening suspensions and improving school meridian took outcome Wednesday, Chancellor Carmen Fariña said. Fariña told families and educators of the long-awaited renovate in letters sent to schools and home with the students. The changes scarcely anathema the use of suspensions for kids in kindergarten by second class — solely in rare, extreme cases such as …

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Mom slams licence boss’ respond to son’s chastisement for purported attack

Success Academy arch Eva Moskowitz released a minute Wednesday in response to a Daily News report of a 7-year-old with a incapacity who was private from a network licence school after allegedly assaulting an partner principal. The child returned to category at the Success Academy Prospect Heights school after 25 days when a conference officer found his function did not …

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Families sue city to forestall Harlem licence school closure

A organisation of families is suing the city to forestall the closure of a Harlem licence school, the Daily News has learned. In justice papers, 7 city relatives lay that the city is cultured against infirm kids by refusing to replenish the licence for Harlem’s Opportunity Charter School, one of the only charters in the city that enrolls a infancy …

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Queens principal accused of ‘retaliatory harassment,’ fit says

A Queens principal who has already cost the city some-more than $500,000 in authorised settlements and has been accused of all from passionate nuisance to regulating grades is the theme of a fresh lawsuit that charges he retaliated against a whistleblower. John Bowne High School Assistant Principal Marc Einsohn filed fit against the city for vague damages Monday, claiming that …

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Eva Moskowitz’s Success Academy writes off city’s SAT school day

Eva Moskowitz’s Success Academy High School is sitting out the city’s SAT School Day on Wednesday since the test doesn’t embody the discretionary letter portion, a Success mouthpiece said. The city’s chronicle of the SAT cuts out the letter to save time and since many colleges don’t need it, Education Department officials said. But Success Academy took a pass on …

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