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KIPP charter network centralizes curriculum across 11 schools

At the Knowledge is Power Program charter school board meeting on March 30, the board continued to centralize the approach to governance and academics across all 11 of the network’s New York City charter schools. Specifically, new superintendent James Manly presented members with a plan to more closely align curricula at the 11 schools in […]

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Democracy Prep charter gets good news on test results, private grants to the school

Fifteen Democracy Prep Charter High School board members met for a monthly meeting March 9 to receive financial and academic updates on the school. The corporate-style board meeting lasted an hour and took place at the school, located at 222 West 134th Street in Central Harlem. The board addressed the students’ test scores, attendance rate, […]

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Community in Favor of New Charter School in Wakefield

A Bronx Charter School for Better Learning proposal to open a second school inside J.H.S. 144 on Gunther Avenue next fall faced no public resistance Feb. 9.

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Uncommon Schools board aims to retain teachers and raise college graduation rates

On Feb. 6 the Uncommon Schools network’s board of directors examined graduates’ college completion rates and set out to boost teacher retention rates across the network’s schools.

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KIPP board discusses possibility of merging schools’ non profit status

KIPP Board members voted to begin discussing consolidating two of their schools under the same charter umbrella

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Baez counsels parents, principals on 40 dual language programs

Milady Baez, senior executive director of the Department of English Language Learners and Student Support, addressed principals, teachers and parents at the Citywide Council of English Language Learners monthly meeting at Tweed Courthouse last night with one main message: “Dual language is here to stay,” Baez said. Baez outlined the details of the 40 new […]

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Dozens voice opinions as PEP delays school space-sharing vote

Under the recommendation of Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña, panel members voted to table four co-location issues.

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