Education

Bronx students exhibit list design focusing on social issues

Bronx center schoolers denounced a series of masterfully embellished lunchroom tables on Friday that will be on display this summer at parks opposite the city. The large-scale open artworks from students at Intermediate School 219 New Venture and Community School 211 concentration on such issues as bullying, gun assault and gender inequality. The list was designed to residence gender inequality, …

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NYC PTA boss to exit after drag dance at kid’s talent show

A Manhattan PTA boss who put on an amorous routine at a kid’s talent show while dressed as a lady is anything but a drag. Parents were angry about the inapt musical show put on by Public School 96 President Frankie Quinones at a district Learning Expo, in an auditorium at the Museo del Barrio on May 25. Quinones repelled …

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NYC eyes buyout to revoke teacher haven pool

The city will offer buyouts to sailing educators who miss permanent assignments at schools, Education Department officials pronounced Thursday. The city seeks to cringe the Absent Teacher Reserve pool with offers of one-time payments of $50,000 or payments of $35,000 and 6 months of health benefits. Teachers may be reserved to the haven pool under resources including when schools are …

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Controversial Muslim romantic applauded at CUNY graduation

A Palestinian-American romantic hounded by death threats and cursed by critics offering a summary of adore and oneness Thursday as she addressed CUNY graduates. Linda Sarsour perceived a station acclaim as she speedy City University of New York’s Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy grads to pronounce out against hardship and to mount up for one another. “We …

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Replacement named for East Harlem principal forced out by parents

Education Department officials have named a new principal for a on-going East Harlem school where angry relatives forced out the prior school chief. An email sent Thursday to relatives of kids at Central Park East we pronounced Gabriel Feldberg, former partner principal at Brooklyn Public School 10 is presumption care as CPE1’s behaving halt principal. Education officials reliable the prior …

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DNA expert goes from 9/11 lab to scholarship classroom

Bianca Brandon had already taken her acceptance exams and started the routine of apropos a teacher when two planes slammed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. The Staten Island resident, who had always dreamed of apropos a teacher, was operative for the New York City Medical Examiner’s bureau as a DNA researcher at the time. Teaching would …

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Parents frightened after man performs drag show at NYC school

Kiddie choirs. Children’s piano recitals. And a full-on, amorous drag show finish with gyrations, tongue gymnastics and a flashed G-string. Families at a Manhattan open school talent show got an unexpected doctrine in human sexuality when a grown man took the theatre in a black, sequined dress and fiery red wig and achieved a raunchy drag series where he grinded …

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New York City’s school payroll climbs to $10.18B

Reading, essay and big bucks. The city’s payments to school workers increasing by scarcely $159 million for the 2015-16 school year, the Daily News has learned. A News total of city payroll information gathered by the Empire Center shows payments to school workers increasing to $10.18 billion in 2015-16 up from $10.02 billion the year before. The income includes payments …

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Celebs titillate NYC to commission educators for Hometown Heroes awards

School-loving stars from television, sports and music are pursuit on New Yorkers to commission their beloved teachers, principals and other moving educators for the Daily News Hometown Heroes in Education awards. The annual awards program pays reverence to the unsung heroes who work with the city’s 1.1 million school students but frequency accept the recognition they deserve. “I still remember …

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Queens College grad program to learn teachers tech prep for kids

A new Queens College connoisseur grade program will give teachers tech skills to prepared kids for white-hot jobs in mechanism science. The Master of Science in Education major, which starts in September, was designed in partnership with the city Education Department in partial to sight teachers for Mayor de Blasio’s Computer Science for All, a 10-year devise to offer mechanism …

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