Tag Archive | "co-location"

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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With the ‘Castle’ Under Siege, a Bold New Plan

Principal Santi Taveras has a bold plan to turn around the failing DeWitt Clinton High School. But is he too late?

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Political division as PEP shutters more schools

At last night’s Panel for Education Policy meeting and vote on 53 proposals – a mix of phase-outs, closings and co-locations at NYC Public Schools – division among the panel members was clear.

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Queens Parent Council Opposed to New Charters in District 24

A Community Education Council in Queens is opposing three new charter schools that are applying to open in District 24, the New York Daily News reports. The council — comprised of parents of children attending schools in Corona, Middle Village and Elmhurst —  says the district is overcrowded and space in public school buildings is too […]

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Opportunity Locked

Students at Opportunity Charter have speech therapy in the hallway while other classrooms in the building are empty and locked. These are the space wars in New York City.

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