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Teachers Sound Off on State English Tests

Monday, April 21, 2014

Some city educators object to the New York's recent English exams for grades 3-8, but that doesn't mean they're opposed to higher standards.

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Firsthand Reports on First Day of School

Thursday, September 06, 2012

The SchoolBook team is in the field, sending dispatches from schools in all five boroughs, as the 2012-13 school year gets underway.

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Panel: Parental Involvement Is Key to Success of Young Men of Color

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

A panel that ended a week of activities organized by the Eagle Academy Foundation discussed strategies for raising young men of color. Alan Farrell, who works on the city’s Fatherhood Initiative, summed up the message: “One of the take-aways is advocacy. And advocacy means we have got to show up.”

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Appreciating, and Assessing, Teachers

Monday, May 07, 2012

Charles M. Blow focused his Op-Ed column on a teacher near and dear to his heart: his mother, a teacher of 34 years who then volunteered in a school after she retired, then won a seat on the school board -- proof, he writes, that "teaching is one of those jobs you do with the whole of you." And Michael Winerip devotes his On Education column to teaching students who are resisting participation in a new Stanford University and Pearson Education study to develop a system to weed out unfit teachers.

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