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SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN DISTRESS

DiNapoli: 59 School Districts in Fiscal Stress Eleven Schools Considered in Highest Levels of Stress Fifty-nine school districts have been designated as fiscally stressed under New York State ...
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NYC KIDS ARE GENIUSES

Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Announce Highest-Ever Number Of NYC Students Taking And Passing Advanced Placement Exams Participation and performance gains largest among Black and ...
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2% SCHOOL DISTRICT TAX CAP

DiNapoli: School District Tax Levy Growth to Remain Below Two Percent Property tax levy growth for school districts will be capped at 1.26 percent for the 2017-18 fiscal year, according to data ...
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PU COLLEGE!

St. Joseph's P.U. College, Bengaluru
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HOW SMART WAS THIS INVESTMENT?

Governor Cuomo Announces Approval of 65 Smart Schools Investment Plans, Totaling $44 Million Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced 65 Smart Schools Investment Plans totaling $44 million have ...
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OBJECT TO AN EAST NEW YORK NEW SCHOOL?

City Moves Forward with New School in East New York Image Credit: Department of City Planning. The Mayor’s Office announced the public review period for the construction of a new 1,000 seat ...
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HELPING KIDS SAVE FOR COLLEGE

Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Menin and NYC Kids Rise Announce Queens Public School District to Pilot the First NYC Child Savings Account Program, Helping Thousands of Students Save for College New ...
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BUILDING A NEW BROOKLYN SCHOOL

Mayor de Blasio, Council Member Espinal and SCA Announce Start of Public Comment Period for New 1,000 Seats School in East New York As part of the East New York Plan, the PS/IS school will be fully ...
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2016 EDUCATION FINDS

Gallup's Top Education Findings of 2016 by Riley Brands Story Highlights One in six college graduates found career services "very helpful" Associate degree holders are satisfied with the ...
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ISN'T IT, GET INTO COLLEGE?

I wonder how.... Sign reads: "We help ESL students to get in U.S. Colleges."
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LOOKING @ DEEP LEARNING

Rice, Baylor team sets new mark for 'deep learning' Image-processing system learns largely on its own, much like a human baby Rice University IMAGE: From left, Richard Baraniuk, Tan Nguyen and ...
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A FAILURE @ SUCCESS ACADEMY?

Comptroller Stringer Finds Financial Reporting Deficiencies at Success Academy Schools Inconsistent and Incorrect Reporting Created the Appearance of Lower Administrative Costs Billing Records Did Not ...
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DEVRY FORKS OVER $100 MILLION

DeVry University Agrees to $100 Million Settlement with FTC Settlement secures financial redress for tens of thousands of students harmed by deceptive ads that touted employment and earning potential ...
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HELPING WOMEN THRIVE

NYC Women's Entrepreneurship Program Reaches Nearly 1,500 Women with Mentoring, Training and Other Resources Over First Year First-of-a-kind WE NYC Program aims to help close gender gap by giving ...
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$650 MILLION ON LIFE SCIENCES

Governor Cuomo Announces Groundbreaking $650 Million Initiative to Fuel Growth of a World-Class Life Science Cluster in New York Initiative Makes Capital, Operating Support and Tax Incentives ...
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NOT ENGAGING PARENTS

Schools Missing Big Opportunities to Engage Parents by Tim Hodges and Daniela Yu Story Highlights Schools need to conduct parent surveys or research Schools need to proactively communicate study ...
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HELPING KIDS SAVE FOR COLLEGE

Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Menin and Newly Created Nonprofit "NYC Kids RISE" Announce Child Savings Account Program to Help Public School Students Save for College New York City’s ...
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WATCH THEM ONLINE COURSES

Higher Ed Faculty Skeptical About Online Course Quality by Valerie J. Calderon and Jeffrey M. Jones While online learning continues to drive change in higher education, most faculty members remain ...
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AIM HIGH SET LOW EXPENSE BAR

DiNapoli: Pre-K Special Education Schools Took $1.4 Million in Unallowed Expenses Comptroller’s Audits Call for Repayment to State Education Dept. Aim High Children’s Services and the ...
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ALDINE DIDN'T LIKE NON-CITIZEN KIDS

Justice Department Settles Immigration-Related Discrimination Claim Against Aldine Independent School District The Justice Department recently announced that it reached a settlement with the Aldine, ...
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BRENTWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT'S BAD

DiNapoli: Audit Reveals Hiring and Budgeting Problems in Brentwood School District A pattern of poor budgeting led the Brentwood Union Free School District to accumulate excessive fund balance as well ...
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HELPING VETS SUCCEED

Improving veterans' overall health and academic success UC Riverside-led researcher proposes that peer-led services are an ideal way to connect student veterans to resources and healthcare ...
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CHUCK HAD DESIGNS ON THIS CASH

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $486,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR PRATT INSTITUTE’S BROOKLYN FASHION + DESIGN ACCELERATOR (BF+DA) EDA Funds Will Help the Pratt BF+DA Provide Entrepreneurs and ...
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PROFILING ARTHUR LEONARD

CityLaw Profile: Arthur Leonard, Professor, Author, Editor, Chronicler, Composer, Bassist Professor Arthur S. Leonard. Image Credit: New York Law School Arthur Leonard for 40 years has been one of the ...
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