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Principals Expect to Appeal More Regents Scores

Monday, July 29, 2013

New York City principals should get the results from their students’ Regents exams this week, and many are expecting to request a re-scoring because of errors with a new scanning system. 

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Bronx Chess Team Goes for Gold, and Then Some

Thursday, January 24, 2013

The top high school chess teams meet this weekend in a hotel ballroom for the citywide chess tournament. "It’s just so quick with tension in there," said Matheu Jefferson, a senior at Bronx Center for Science and Math. "There's nothing like being in that room. It is the loudest quiet I've ever heard in my life."

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Edward Tom: 21st-Century Principals Have to Be Resourceful

Monday, February 27, 2012

'It is very important for me to constantly look for opportunities in which people are looking to support public education,' said Edward Tom in the latest interview for Principal's Office. And his relentless fund-raising, combined with his results-oriented philosophy, have paid off. At the high school he founded seven years ago, the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics, students are thriving.

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Teachers' Union Uninvited City From Joint Training Sessions

Friday, January 20, 2012

"You're not invited anymore," were union president Michael Mulgrew's words on his decision to uninvite city education officials from joint evaluation training sessions for teachers and unions. The union booted the city after Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's State of the City address last week, which he used to single out the teachers union as an impediment to education reform.

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It Took a School to Build a Village School

Friday, September 09, 2011

Students from the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics thought it was hard work to raise $74,000 to build a school in Mali and pay for 13 students to travel there to start the construction. But once there, they wrote, they found themselves laughing, dancing, singing -- and appreciating more than ever the value of an education.

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