Education

Teacher addressing students in a high school classroom
What NYC is doing – and not doing – to keep students safe.
News & Politics
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Students in a classroom.
Experts weigh in on the proposal to reduce segregation in public schools.
News & Politics
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A student taking a standardized test.
Critics say the plan would “ruin so many lives.”
News & Politics
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John Liu.
Lawmaker says de Blasio push to scrap SHSAT would cause ‘years and years of strife.’
Policy
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New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Sen. Liz Krueger and Sen. Michael Gianaris listen as Senate members speak in favor of legislation to change state legal standards on sexual harassment in Albany.
Recreational marijuana may have flickered out, but it was the exception.
News & Politics
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Félix Matos Rodríguez
Félix Matos Rodríguez talks about his goals and making history as CUNY’s first Latino chancellor.
Personality
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The New York State Senate.
Everything you need to know, as the session's end grows nearer.
News & Politics
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Teacher sitting with high school students using tablets.
The lack of diversity in specialized high schools is caused by educational inequality, not a test that measures it.
Opinion
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Students in a classroom
Making changes to NYC’s elite high school admission test.
Policy
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Charter school proponents face resistance from teachers unions and many Democratic lawmakers who want to leave the charter school cap unchanged.
Can the governor raise the cap on charter schools in NYC?
Policy
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