Education

Bronx teen who killed classmate was mocked with homophobic slurs

A Bronx teen accused of fatally stabbing a bullying classmate was worried with homophobic and extremist slurs until he finally exploded, according to family friends. The abuse heaped on Abel Cedeno, 18, was formerly reported to officials at his Bronx high school but any response, conspicuous crony Savannah Hornbeck before the accused killer’s Thursday arraignment. “The kids were job him …

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Bronx ‘zoo school’ where brag was killed has aroused past

It’s a jungle in there. The Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation, one of some-more than 200 small-themed high schools mostly combined under Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration, is nicknamed the “Zoo School.” Its educational alias is tied to an animal-focused curriculum and a close vicinity to the Bronx Zoo. But the 545-student school has struggled with disciplinary problems that give …

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Here’s a new story of assault in NYC schools

Until Wednesday’s stabbing in the Bronx, a killing had not occurred inside a city school for scarcely a quarter-century. These are the last few times it happened: Feb. 24, 1993: A 15-year-old emotionally infirm tyro at Junior High School 25 on the Lower East Side stabbed a classmate to death. School officials at the time pronounced there were a series …

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Councilman wants schools versed to provide asthma attacks

All city schools would be compulsory to have nebulizers to provide asthma attacks under a new check being introduced Wednesday in the City Council. Councilman Costa Constantinides (D-Queens) is sponsoring the legislation to need the devices, which are used to broach respiratory medications. “We wish to make certain that we strengthen the kids,” pronounced Constantinides. “Nebulizers…can support in making it …

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21 teachers at Brooklyn school holding compensate cuts of up to $50G

That’s gotta hurt. Nearly two dozen teachers at Brooklyn’s New American Academy took compensate cuts of up to $50,000 — or some-more — after Education Department officials killed an initial compensate program at the school. Highly competent instructors at the open facile school in Crown Heights were once paid up to $125,000 to manage classes of as many as 60 …

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Charter schools flood de Blasio with letters asking for space

City Hall is getting deluged with thousands of letters from families seeking open space for high-performing licence schools. Parents with the pro-charter lobbying organisation Families for Excellent Schools on Thursday delivered 3,561 copies of a form minute sealed by city relatives that calls on Mayor de Blasio to respond. More will be delivered by email and snail mail. “Public licence …

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Boy suffers seizure on school train while motorist questions mother

For 9-year-old Delon Fraser, the wheels of the sight go turn and turn — and take him to a terrifying place. The special-needs tyro from Brooklyn suffered an epileptic seizure aboard his school sight after its motorist forced the tears child to lay inside for 90 frightful mins in a brawl with the boy’s mom, the child’s family charged. Now, …

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Pace University students censure school for active shooter scare

A miss of communication by Pace University officials and the widespread of rumors on social media fueled the panic at last week’s “active shooter” scare, students pronounced Wednesday. Scores of cops responded to the reduce Manhattan school Thursday after a 911 tourist mistook a feeble selected belt finished of dead bullets for tangible ammunition. Joe Valila, 21, a comparison from …

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LGBTQ students some-more likely to face bullying, homelessness

Bullying and homelessness are distant some-more likely to impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and doubt students compared to heterosexual kids, a new report shows. Using information from the 2015 New York City Youth Risk Behavior Survey, the report published Wednesday by the city Department of Health found that 24% of LGBTQ students gifted bullying on school property, compared with 13% …

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Two Stony Brook students kick contingency built against encourage youth

The contingency of any encourage caring girl attending college are slim, and if that girl is a primogenitor herself, the hurdles can seem insurmountable. But for two immature women at Stony Brook University, the contingency are there to be defied. “Most encourage girl don’t even connoisseur high school,” Kimberly Alcequiez, 20, told the Daily News. “And that’s a tarnish that …

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