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More than 100 NYC schools using controversial 'credit recovery' to boost grad rates  New York Post

More than 100 NYC high schools have enrolled students in “credit recovery” — a scheme increasingly criticized as a shoddy way to raise graduation rates, ...



15-Year-Old NYC Girl Slashes 22-Year-Old Woman Amid Neighborhood Spat, Then Goes to School: Sources  NBC New York

A 15-year-old girl who had been arguing with a 22-year-old for days in a Brooklyn neighborhood feud slashed the older woman outside her high school Tuesday ...



Student Athlete Spotlight: CUNYAC Rookie of the Year, Devine Chisholm  Pandora's Box

Photo Credit: York College Athletic Department. By Shanaé Harte. Balancing life can be hard; adding sports and school to the mix can make it harder. For many ...



NYC education officials to fire John Dewey High School principal after cheating scandal investigation  New York Daily News

City Education Department officials are moving to fire a Brooklyn school leader after an investigation uncovered a cheating scandal.



Crime and Racial Strife Didn’t Stop His Teams. Will a Locked School Door?  The New York Times

The Flames, a youth basketball program in Brooklyn, has a storied history, but now its founder is fighting the school it has long considered home base.



Fifteen months later, the schools chancellor hasn't addressed massive grade fixing at Brooklyn's John Dewey H  New York Daily News

When will Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña address the massive grade fixing scandal at John Dewey High School?



Audit slams city over 'troubling' grade-fixing fallout  New York Post

They cheated the kids. John Dewey HS students got credit for sham “Project Graduation” classes in a grade-fixing scheme that robbed them of their education,...



So-Called ‘Easy Pass’ Grade-Fixing Scandal Rocks John Dewey High School In Brooklyn  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Teachers have blown the whistle on a massive grade-fixing scandal at a Brooklyn high school. Hundreds of students who didn't ...



Phil Weinberg, 35-year veteran of NYC education department, to retire  Chalkbeat New York

Phil Weinberg, who has overseen the education department's division of teaching and learning under two chancellors, announced Friday that he is stepping ...



At John Dewey High School, Protests to Stop Closing  New York Times

Fighting to keep a beloved school alive, with rallies on Friday mornings.



Charges Dropped Against John Dewey H.S. Principal In Grade-Fixing Scandal  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An arbitrator has dismissed all charges against a Brooklyn high school principal who was terminated for her alleged involvement ...



Graduating Students Defend Brooklyn High School Hit With Allegations Of Grade Fixing  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Graduation day arrived Thursday for John Dewey High School in Brooklyn, as an investigation continues in an alleged ...



A Lockdown, Then Relief, at a Brooklyn School  New York Times Blogs

John Dewey High School in Brooklyn was under a lockdown for several hours today after a substitute teacher saw a student holding a handgun in a classroom.



John Dewey High School students unveil mechanical pitcher at MCU Park in Coney Island  New York Daily News

The other night at MCU Park in Coney Island, students from John Dewey High School's booming robotics program unveiled a 150-pound robot that can throw a ...



NYC HS teachers: Principal gave us bad ratings as retaliation  New York Post

Teachers at Brooklyn's scandal-plagued John Dewey HS say they are being punished with bad performance evaluations for standing up to the principal, who ...



Teen threatens to shoot up high school on Facebook  New York Post

A 16-year-old student was arrested Tuesday for posting a Facebook threat to shoot up his Brooklyn high school, authorities said. A tipster told cops about the...



Several weapons seized at NYC public schools on first day back  PIX11 New York

NEW YORK — Knives and other weapons, including a metal hair comb used to stab a student, were confiscated in several NYC public schools on the first day of ...



Grade-fixing principal reinstated thanks to DOE blunders  New York Post

An arbitrator reversed the firing of the principal of John Dewey HS in Brooklyn despite findings that she had run an easy-pass scheme that awarded students ...



Teaching high schools get a boost as New York City works to diversify its educator corps  Chalkbeat New York

Programs aimed at cultivating high school students interested in making teaching a career are undergoing a significant expansion in New York City, in the city's ...



Brooklyn teen arrested for threatening to shoot up high school  New York Daily News

A Brooklyn teen was taken into custody Tuesday morning after threatening to shoot up his high school on Facebook, police sources said.



Brooklyn robotics team finishes 4th in international tournament  WABC-TV

A high school robotics team from John Dewey High School in Gravesend, Brooklyn competed in an international robotics tournament in Detroit last weekend and ...



DOE 'whitewashed' wrongdoing at grade-fixing high school  New York Post

Despite evidence that hundreds of high-school students were put in sham “Project Graduation” classes in which they received no instruction, the city...



Grade-fixing ex-principal lands $157K job as DOE administrator  New York Post

The city will not appeal a decision to dismiss cheating charges against former Dewey HS Principal Kathleen Elvin, and will keep her on as a six-figure...



A New Principal Pushes for Change. Then the Investigations Start.  The New York Times

Asked to revive troubled New York City schools, administrators have faced a flood of investigations that derail their efforts and, often, their careers.



Brooklyn High School Student In Trouble After Allegedly Taking Upskirt Photo Of Teacher  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Cell phones are now back in some New York City schools, but one student is already in trouble with the law. A 15-year-old male ...



Retired teacher suing school involved in grade-fixing scam  New York Post

A crusading retired teacher– who recently won an appellate case to keep School Leadership Teams open to the public– has now filed a suit against the...



New Yorkers on Time's list of most influential people of 2019  Crain's New York Business

On Wednesday Time magazine released its annual 100 Most Influential People list. Although the ranking includes entertainers, politicians and business leaders ...



30 stars who attended NYC public high schools  New York Daily News

From Nicki Minaj to Lucy Liu, see a list of celebs who are proud alumni of New York City high schools.



Failings of One Brooklyn High School May Threaten a Neighbor's Success  New York Times

Set just a few subway stops apart in blue-collar Brooklyn, drawing from a similar pool of new immigrants and American-born blacks, two high schools spent the ...



High school handing out stress balls to misbehaving students  New York Post

This is how they deal with school troublemakers in the de Blasio era — just have 'em squeeze some balls. Brooklyn's John Dewey High School has resorted...



As one 'master principal' stumbles, others try to juggle two schools at once  Chalkbeat New York

One prominent "master principal" recently gave up his dual role running two schools. But a half-dozen other principals are trying to make it work.



Investigation: New Records Reveal What It Takes to Be One of the 75 NYC Teachers Fired for Misconduct or Incompetence Between 2015 and 2016  The 74

Seventy-five tenured teachers found guilty of abuse or incompetence — many of them male, veteran educators assigned to struggling New York City schools ...



1.5K 5 Treyger Brings Bacon Home To Southern Brooklyn Schools City Council Member Mark Treyger's  Kings County Politics

City Council Member Mark Treyger's (D-Coney Island, Bensonhurst, Gravesend) chairmanship of the Education Committee is already bearing fruits not only for ...



Investigation: Overshadowed by Shocking Abuse and Misconduct Cases, Teacher Incompetence Often Harms New York City's Poorest Students  The 74

New York City brought incompetence charges against 80 tenured teachers during a 16-month period in 2015 and 2016, many of them working in the city's ...



A Family Murdered, a Brother in Jail and a Deepening Mystery in New Jersey  The New York Times

The killing of a family of four in upscale Colts Neck, N.J., appeared to be connected to the arrest of a victim's brother in a nearby arson fire.



New York State Budget: 4 Ways Your Daily Life May Change  The New York Times

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Pushing for Change, Bronx Principal Is Undone by Investigation  The New York Times

As a deputy schools chancellor under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Santiago Taveras oversaw efforts to close many of New York City's large and troubled ...



New York City Task Force Targets Cheating by Teachers and Principals  New York Times

The New York City Department of Education said on Tuesday that it would establish a task force to root out cheating by teachers and administrators in city ...



What we know about family killed on Colts Neck estate Caneiro, 50, his wife Jennifer Caneiro  NJ.com

Caneiro, 50, his wife Jennifer Caneiro, 45, and two of their children died in an apparent quadruple homicide at the family's sprawling estate on Willow Brook ...



Soul Alive: Paterson Catholic High School dances to the music  New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

Saturday mornings on WPIX in the 70's meant tuning in to "Soul Alive" -- Channel 11's very own dance show which featured local high schools.



Principal Reassigned After Accusations Of Grade-Fixing At Bronx High School  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A principal accused of fixing grades at a Bronx school has been reassigned, according the city Department of Education.



These 854 schools stand to benefit from New York City's $125M funding boost  Chalkbeat New York

The new money won't be shared equally among the city's schools.



List of teachers singled out by Dept. of Education  New York Daily News

The following are the 16 teachers singled out by the Department of Education.



Foul! Brooklyn hoops group says it's getting booted from home court  New York Daily News

The leader of a well-known Brooklyn youth basketball group is whistling a foul on a city principal, saying the kids were abruptly tossed out of their longtime home ...



Chynna Battle, Shot Bed-Stuy Mom, Remembered By Hundreds At Funeral  Patch.com

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, BROOKLYN — Hundreds of people gathered in Brownsville Friday to mourn Chynna Battle, the young Bed-Stuy mother who lost her ...



School grades: Department of Education data show less than a third of New York City high school students are c  New York Daily News

Just 29% of public high school students in the city are prepared for college-level work, new statistics released Monday show.



Coach helps save stabbed student  New York Daily News

A Brooklyn basketball coach helped save the life of an honors student Friday after the boy was stabbed repeatedly inside a city high school.



Diana Kim, Russell Constantine  New York Times

The couple met in 1998 at Harvard when the bride switched into the groom's science class.



SPONGEBOB's Robert Taylor, Jr. Announces Summer Concerts  Broadway World

Broadway's Robert Taylor, Jr. of 'SpongeBob SquarePants' will play a series of music concerts in Summer 2018 in New York City.



New names selected for schools expected to close, reopen in the fall Banana Kelly, Lehman High will be shelved  New York Daily News

Goodbye, Flushing High School. Hello, Rupert B. Thomas Academy at the Flushing Campus. The city is steamrolling forward with plans to close then reopen 24 ...



Behind city's latest credit-recovery controversy is a complicated history  Chalkbeat Indiana

Low-performing high schools, now under threat of being taken over by outside groups, are still under pressure to increase their four-year graduation rates.



Summer programs dedicated to STEM fields show NYC students how to keep learning during summer months  New York Daily News

Even a sunny day in the park — and maybe especially such a day — can be a time for learning.



Brooklyn Italians own lengthy soccer history  amNY

Major League Soccer made a permanent home in the Big Apple just a few years ago. But on the lower levels of the sport, soccer has been a staple in Brooklyn ...



Marty Markowitz on final whirlwind tour through Brooklyn's high school graduations  New York Daily News

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz loves speaking at graduations almost as much as his beloved Junior's and Cyclone. The boisterous beep has ...



Leaving New York to Find the American Dream in Philadelphia  The New York Times

Philadelphia is well known as a destination for hipsters priced out of New York City. But it is increasingly appealing to foreign-born New Yorkers as well.



The New York Times Awards Scholarships to 8 Students  New York Times

The winners of the scholarships showed poise in overcoming setbacks and becoming high school luminaries.



106 city schools in danger of closing due to poor performance  New York Daily News

Up to more schools in the city could be closed for poor performance after the state released a revamped target list of struggling schools.



Mother berated by killer's supporters as she grieves son in Brooklyn court  New York Daily News

A heartbroken mother was verbally attacked in a Brooklyn courtroom Wednesday as she mourned the death of her oldest son.



The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What?  The New York Times

After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.



Exclusive: How Safe Are NYC's Schools? New Interactive Map Compares What Teachers & Students Are Reporting  The 74

As states rethink school accountability under the Every Student Succeeds Act, policymakers often overlook information that goes to the heart of what might be the ...



Spike Lee Talks Obama, the End of Mookie's Brooklyn, and the Hollywood Color Line  Vulture

Returning to Brooklyn—a very different Brooklyn—with Red Hook Summer, the outspoken filmmaker talks with Will Leitch.



Career and technical education programs are in vogue. So why is it so hard to start one?  Chalkbeat Colorado

As career and technical education programs expand and morph into a dizzying array of new career fields, many are slowed down by the state's stringent ...



New York's school-by-school spending breakdowns are available online  Times Union

Troy. Ever wonder where all that school spending goes? Parents, students and taxpayers in Troy, Schenectady and several other Capital Region districts can ...



Thinking about Edward R. Murrow for your kid? Read this story right now  BrooklynPapers.com

A Brooklyn high school founded as a bastion of student freedom has become one of the borough's most strict, thanks to a principal with a penchant for ...



Leaning on the Stars to Make Sense of the World  The New York Times

Astrology has long had its believers and its skeptics, but horoscopes still cover the pages of publications in New York and across the globe.



Acting Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez Receives Award for Promoting Multicultural Unity  Patch.com

Williamsburg-Greenpoint, NY - "I am deeply honored to be able to carry out District Attorney Thompson's vision of equal justice for all in Brooklyn," Gonzalez ...



Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez Receives the Rev. A. R. Bernard and Social Justice Leader Bertha Lewis Endorsements  Our Time Press

On Sunday, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez received the endorsement of the Rev. A.R. Bernard, pastor of the Christian Cultural Center and social ...



Celebrities who hail from Brooklyn  amNewYork

Brooklyn has been the birthplace of many big-name celebrities, from The Notorious B.I.G. to Notorious RBG (better known as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader ...



C-CAP Grad Pastry Chef Stephanie Grajales  Total Food Service

Sampling Stephanie's recent creations at an event, Susan Robbins, C-CAP's President, noted, “Stephanie has tremendous talent and for those who don't ...



Michelle Gaudioso, Adam Mayo are engaged  SILive.com

Mayo-Gaudioso Family Photo STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Michelle Gaudioso of Tottenville and Adam Mayo of Willowbrook have announced their engagement.



De Blasio Playing Defense Over Decision To Scrap Plans For 3 Charter Schools  CBS Local

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Public school and charter school parents are speaking out about Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement Thursday to deny space to ...



Stained-glass artist happy to call the North Shore her new home  SILive.com

Stained-glass artist Patti Kelly, Brooklyn-born and raised, now calls Staten Island home, living and working on the North Shore since March.



Robert Taylor, Jr. Of SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Releases A Hip-Hop Dancehall Song  Broadway World

Broadway's Robert Taylor, Jr. of 'SpongeBob SquarePants' has released a 'Hip-Hop Dancehall' recording - 'Rock That Body Gyal' - written by Robert Taylor, Jr.



Spike Lee talks college, race and filmmaking  Binghamton University Pipe Dream

For Black History Month, Spike Lee spoke to a crowd of over 700 on Thursday night in the Events Center about the movies he's directed, his experience making ...



Read Spike Lee's Open Letter to the New York Times About Gentrification  New York Magazine

In Sunday's New York Times, film critic A.O. Scott delivered a nostalgic column about the ever-changing borough of Brooklyn and its portrayal onscreen, using ...



Christine Ferrantelli, Daniel Sullivan are engaged  SILive.com

Ferrantelli-SullivanFamily Photo STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Christine Ferrantelli of Brooklyn and Daniel Sullivan of Grant City have announced their engagement.



In New York City, a New Mandate on Sex Education  New York Times

For the first time in nearly two decades, students in New York City 's public middle and high schools will be required to take sex-education classes beginning this ...



Kingston school board election has three incumbents, two challengers  The Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Three incumbents and two challengers are running for three seats on the Kingston Board of Education.



The Basketball-Shooting Bots of FIRST Robotics NYC  Popular Mechanics

A Robotic Version of March Madness took place Sunday as 66 teams competed in the New York regional of FIRST Robotics. The game: Rebound Rumble, ...



Dr. Stephen Mastrianni, Una Fridriksson  SILive.com

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Marriage vows were exchanged in St. Thomas the Apostle R.C. Church, Pleasant Plains, by Una Fridriksson of Prince's Bay and Dr.



Dave Perrotta Named Administrator Of The Year  Garden City Life

There is a proverb that reads, “When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.” If that's the case, then Garden City High School ...



Mohimanul Alam Bhuiya from Brooklyn joined ISIS - then begging FBI to rescue him  Daily Mail

Mohimanul Alam Bhuiya of Brooklyn was 25 in 2014 when he emailed the FBI begging to be rescued from ISIS, which he had voluntarily joined. He has pleaded ...



Harlem man charged with murder after shot teen dies  New York Daily News

An 18-year-old Harlem man was charged with murder yesterday after a teenager who was shot in the back of the head last week was removed from life support, ...



Michael Hartnett, Enza Interligi are married  SILive.com

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hartnett Memories of Me STYATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - The Park Savoy Estate, Florham Park, N.J., was the setting March 22 for the marriage ...



State Senate District 23 - Staten Island/Brooklyn  Gotham Gazette

GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES Alfred B. Curtis (Rep/Ind/Con) Diane Savino (Dem/WF) PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS: Winner - Diane Savino PRIMARY ...



Scaffolds are everywhere in New York City  Crain's New York Business

One day in 2004, workmen arrived at the corner of West 123rd Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem to erect a sidewalk shed, one of those unsightly ...



Angry? He'll Tell the World, and From His Front Window  New York Times

Robert Keith doesn't tweet. He doesn't blog. He doesn't post comments on Web articles. Instead, Mr. Keith, 75, states his opinions to the world by way of a ...



Musical cars: Here's how Car2Go's fleet gets moved around all day, every day  Brooklyn Paper

Moving your car once a week for street cleaning seems like a breeze compared to this guy's job. The car company Daimler launched its car-share *service* ...



NYC's most notorious cold cases  New York Post

In the last year, two of the city's most infamous murder cases have moved one step closer to closure. Pedro Hernadez confessed to strangling Etan Patz in the...



Pushing Back at Pushy Recruiters  New York Times

A mural that is slowly going up on the industrial edge of Sunset Park is shaping up to be one huge Do Not Disturb sign directed at military recruiters. Its creators?



Brearley Tops Survey of Private Schools  New York Sun

Mayor Bloomberg got the whole city talking by assigning letter grades to the public schools. Some suggested charter schools should be next, and they were.



Serge Shapiro Joins TD Bank as Sales and Service Manager at Edison, NJ, Store  Wolfe News Wire

EDISON, N.J. October 9, 2014 TD Bank, America s Most Convenient Bank®, has named Serge Shapiro as Sales and *Service* Manager of the store located at ...



Inmates Put Down Guns, Turn Backs on Drugs, Gangs with Life-Altering Program  Patch.com

Riverhead, NY - Patch went into the Suffolk County Correctional Facility to interview inmates and learn about Council for Unity, changing lives.



Why lower league U.S. soccer is worth your time  Once A Metro

There are those who consider themselves "above" the lower leagues of football. They perhaps don't appreciate watching semi-professional players spend 90 ...



Don't call it Frisbee: The spirited rise of Ultimate, the sport with heart  Montreal Gazette

They don't call it "cultimate" for nothing. Here I was being lured in, considering taking up a new sport at the ripe old age of 42.



Before they were famous Photos  ABC News

Madonna during her freshman year at Adams High School, Rochester, Mich., 1973. Right, Madonna launches MDNA SKIN collection at Ludlow House, Sept.



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