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Students Claim City Sports Program Discriminates Against Small Schools

Thursday, March 26, 2015

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Student athletes protested at a City Council hearing — they say city funding favors big schools with more white students.
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Chancellor Fariña Says Discipline Code Revisions Still in the Works

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Advocates say under current school guidelines, excessive force is used too often in dealing with "disruptive" students.
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You Can Exhale Now. Maybe. High School Acceptances Out This Week

Monday, March 10, 2014

If past is prologue, about three quarters of students applying to public high schools will be accepted to one of their top three choices. But could that number be even higher if applicants spread out their choices? 

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South Brooklyn HS Rivalry Takes the Mound

Monday, May 06, 2013

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Listen to a story that captures the sounds of spring, namely baseball, and the neighbors and brothers who compete on the field and "trash talk" between games.

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Audit Finds Faulty Expenses at Two Schools

Monday, August 13, 2012

An audit by the state comptroller chastises James Madison High School and Herbert Lehman High School for sloppy accounting. Tweed officials say most of the expenses were appropriate but they are working with the schools on improved accounting practices.

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Three City Students Win Big With Science — and a Fourth With Luck

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Three students at city public schools won a hefty prize from the American Museum of Natural History last week: college scholarships worth $30,000. While impressive, the prize was not quite up to the winnings of Robert Salo, a James Madison High School senior who on Tuesday won the New York Lottery’s “Win $1,000 a Week for Life” game.

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A 12-Year-Old Hangs Himself, and His Family Says He Was Bullied

Friday, June 01, 2012

Students and parents said on Thursday that Joel Morales was bullied in his East Harlem neighborhood and at school before he hanged himself on Tuesday in his apartment.

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Chancellor Unveils Plan for New Health Centers

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott wants to open 20 health and mental health centers in middle and high schools throughout the city, he told the City Council at a budget hearing. This comes after more than 70 school-based mental health centers were closed over the last two years.

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Suggestion to Tweed Officials: Move Out

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A state senator has a suggestion for creating more classroom space in Lower Manhattan, which by all accounts will continue to need it desperately: move the adults out of the Tweed Courthouse and convert the entire building into an elementary school.

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Crowding Persists, New Education Dept. Data Show

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

UPDATED | New York City public schools were, over all, slightly more crowded last year than the year before. But those overall figures are not really meaningful to the thousands of students who attend schools that are way over capacity. Here is a breakdown of the data by district; borough and school type, and the 100 schools that have the highest rates of utilization.

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