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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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More Seats for Lower Manhattan, But Not Right Away

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Nearly 200 seats will be added to an elementary school planned for Lower Manhattan, city Education Department officials announced on Tuesday, but that additional space in a neighborhood that sorely needs it will not become available until 2015.

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A Mobile Game Puts New York City Teachers in Hero's Tights

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Faster than a student sprinting to class. Able to leap tall budget hurdles in a single bound. It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a city teacher superhero! Available at a mobile device near you.

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Searching for the Origins of P.S. X

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

If the Tweed Courthouse is now home to New York City’s educational present, then the building directly across from it on Chambers Street is its memory. Part of the Municipal Archive is there, holding decades of the Board of Education's records. That is where I went to track down one of the mysteries of the city school system: where did schools get their numbers?

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Who's Who at Tweed: A Guide to the Chancellor's Cabinet

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Former school teachers and principals, political aides and the spokeswoman for two Congressional leaders are among the people in Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott's cabinet.

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