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Chelsea Career And Technical Education

WNYC News

Principals Chafe at City's New Plans for Federal Grants

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

The union representing New York City principals is angry the city is planning to turn 14 low-performing schools over to six outside organizations.

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The Big Fix: Fixing Schools, Fixing Teachers

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Student grades are up at struggling Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School – a school with low graduation rates. But federal funds that school administrators credit with helping the recent transformation now hang in the balance.

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City and Teachers Still Negotiating School Turnarounds

Monday, April 18, 2011

The city said it's running out of time to strike a deal with the teachers union on a plan to improve failing schools.

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Master Teacher's Classes Always in Session at Chelsea High

Thursday, January 13, 2011

In our ongoing series “The Big Fix,” WNYC and the website GothamSchools have been looking at three low-performing high schools. WNYC is following Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School, where teacher Tonja Weary got a big promotion in September. But she's not too happy about the title.

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Cuomo Singles Out Chelsea Principal in Speech

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, during his first State of the State speech, singled out a New York City principal whose school WNYC has been profiling in our "Big Fix" series with GothamSchools.

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State Releases Grants for City High Schools Undergoing Improvement

Thursday, November 04, 2010

It's official. New York State has given New York City the $19.8 million it received in federal school improvement grants for 11 persistently low achieving high schools.

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