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Yasmeen Khan

Yasmeen Khan appears in the following:

De Blasio Holds Congenial Town Hall on Education

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Overcrowding and class size were major concerns, along with pre-K, testing and teachers, at the mayor's second Town Hall. 
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City Releases Latest School Quality Guides

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The annual school quality guides offer specific data for each New York City public school, and present it in a way city officials say they hope is more parent friendly than before.
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Rebranding a School for a Brand New Building

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The city is undertaking a process of "redesigning" a struggling Brooklyn middle school, potentially giving it a new name, focus and chic new digs. 
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What Was That Cardboard Thing In Our Sunday Paper?

Monday, November 09, 2015

With a 360-degree video downloaded to a smartphone and a viewer made of corrugated cardboard, the New York Times allowed viewers to immerse themselves in the lives of refugee children.

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Longtime Residents Witness Brooklyn Waterfront’s Changing Fortune

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Long-time residents of Farragut Houses have watched historic buildings along Brooklyn's waterfront evolve from industrial warehouses to chic residences, accentuating class differences.
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Student Suspensions Continue to Decline in New York City Schools

Friday, October 30, 2015

After revising the discipline code, suspensions are down by 17 percent in New York City. Still, students of color and boys are suspended at disproportionately higher rates.  
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New Formula Increases Number of Overcrowded Schools in New York City

Friday, October 30, 2015

Over half of all elementary and middle schools are overcrowded, according to a new way of counting space in New York City schools.
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Talk of School Diversity Follows Fariña to the Upper West Side

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

New York City's schools chancellor acknowledges that the lack of diversity and racial integration in public schools is "a problem."
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Merryl Tisch to Step Down From Board of Regents

Monday, October 26, 2015

Tisch, who oversaw the implementation of the Common Core learning standards and new tests in New York, will not seek re-election when her term ends in March. 
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Following President's Call, New York Touts Efforts to Reduce Overtesting

Monday, October 26, 2015

The Obama administration said states should eliminate unnecessary tests, and it called New York a leader in this charge. But critics of New York's tests would likely disagree.
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Union: Class Size Drops For First Time in Three Years

Monday, October 19, 2015

Though there's been some improvement, more than 180,000 students are still in overcrowded classes.
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City Boasts Gains on SAT Scores, AP Exams

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

New York City students are seeing an upward trend on college-prep exams while national scores decrease.
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City Will Hear From More Parents Before Rezoning Two Brooklyn Schools

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

In a rare move, education officials will hold off making an official proposal to rezone two elementary schools in order to have small-group discussions with parents.
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A New Student Poverty Measure Looks Beyond Schools

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

A report aims to expand what we think we know about student poverty, looking beyond the measure of who qualifies for free lunch to the community at large.
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City Refines Its Pitch to Rezone Two Brooklyn Elementary Schools

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Education officials pledged they would not rezone and run. Instead, they'll put together a task force to help implement a plan that blends two communities.
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A Tale of Two Schools and the Push to Integrate Them

Thursday, October 01, 2015

The Department of Education just released a new plan to rezone two schools near the Brooklyn waterfront. One is mostly white; the other mainly black and hispanic. How will this play out?

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History Repeats Itself in Brooklyn School Rezoning

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Some families are uneasy about a plan to be zoned to P.S. 307, citing school quality. But not too long ago a similar story played out at the school everyone's trying to get into: P.S. 8.
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A Rezoning Plan That Would Integrate Two Schools Draws Parents' Ire in Brooklyn

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

A new rezoning plan may inadvertently integrate a school in Brooklyn. Yasmeen Khan, WNYC reporter, and Pamela Wheaton, managing editor for Inside Schools, discuss.

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City Schools Are Overcrowded, With No End in Sight

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

New York City is playing a constant game of catch-up with school overcrowding and right now it's losing.
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The Mysterious Math of Making Space in City Schools

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Critics have long argued that New York City overstates how many kids can — or should — be squeezed into a public school. And it's maddening.
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