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  1. schools

    Department of Education’s Anti-Bias Training for Educators Behind Schedule

    The plan, announced last summer, called for training 125,000 people in two years. So far, only 15,000 have completed the controversial sessions.

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  2. schools

    Brooklyn District May Redraw Elementary School Boundaries to Boost Diversity

    Officials want to even out elementary school enrollment in District 15 – and tackle segregation. Zone changes could affect students in seven schools.

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  3. new direction

    City Public High School Directory Takes Virtual Turn

    The guide is moving mostly online – raising questions about whether families without easy access to the Internet will be placed at a disadvantage.

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  4. schools

    Brooklyn Elementary School with Only 82 Students Saved

    The city Department of Education backed off its bid to close Bedford-Stuyvesant’s P.S. 25 amid a lawsuit and improving test scores.

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  5. schools

    High-Stakes Test Boycotts: A School-by-School Breakdown

    Some 4.4 percent of city students refused to take at least one of the state tests in the 2017-18 school year. Find your school’s opt-out rate.

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  6. charter schools

    Success Academy ‘Dumped’ Elementary School Student at Precinct, Suit Charges

    A Brooklyn branch of the charter school also repeatedly suspended the special-needs youth and called child services to push him out, lawsuit claims.

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  7. schools

    ‘It’s Basically Jail’: Inside NYC’s School Suspension Centers

    Overall suspension rates have dropped under Mayor de Blasio. Yet lengthier out-of-school suspensions, disproportionately impact students of color.

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  8. education

    Public Funding of Private-School Security Grows by Millions

    A three-year-old program using public money for security guards at private schools – including elite institutions – is on pace to run $22.3 million.

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  9. education

    Wrong Envelope: Students Accepted to Coveted Lab School After Rejection Snafu

    Some 144 students were erroneously informed that they didn’t get into the coveted New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies.

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  10. not cool

    Mayor Flunking on Pledge to Put A/C in Every Classroom

    Two years after Mayor de Blasio’s air-conditioning vow, fuzzy math put the project behind schedule as costs rise faster than July temperatures.

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  11. education

    Suspensions Drop 14% in Public Schools After Spike Last Year

    Meanwhile, city statistics also show that average suspension lengths fell 30 percent in the first half of the school year.

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  12. sign of times

    Bye-Bye Bergen: Brooklyn School Sheds Slave-Owner Family Name

    Prospect Heights’ P.S. 9 will be renamed after Sarah Smith Garnet, the first African-American woman to become a New York public school principal.

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