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High COVID Rates in East New York Might Cause Local Schools To Remain Closed

Last week Mayor DeBlasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza closed schools citywide as the city reached the 3% threshold that was established...

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NYC Schools Preparing to Go to Full Remote Learning. Are They Ready?

Christina Veiga, Chalkbeat New York Nov 12, 6:57pm EST Amid a steady upward climb in coronavirus cases, Mayor Bill de Blasio is sticking to...

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Meet East New York’s Youngest CEO Live on VOICES of East New York with Nikki Lucas Sunday Nov 15 at 9am

This Sunday Nov 15, 2020 @9am on VOICES of East New York with Nikki Lucas, you can meet East New York’s youngest CEO, who sells his...

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Three Ways to Keep Students Motivated During the Pandemic

Content Powered by RiseUp ENY Whether you are attending school remotely, attending in-person instruction, or a hybrid of both, it may be...

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Is Your Child Overweight? Here’s Help

Health Content Powered by RiseUpENY Childhood obesity is an epidemic in the U.S. These tips can help kids stay healthier. Overeating, lack...

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NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer Proposes Free Tuition at all CUNY Community Colleges and Overhaul of New York City’s Workforce Development Strategy

New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer unveiled a comprehensive overhaul of workforce development in New York City, including making...

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Key NYC Department of Education Personnel Exits Rattle COVID-19 Reopening Plans

photo: Tweed Building NYC DOE Headquarters Since June, Mayor Bill de Blasio has had to deal with the exits of several key Department of...

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16 NYC Teachers Test Positive for COVID 19 As Schools Prepare To Open To Students In Less Than 2 Weeks

UFT President, Michael Mulgrew, announced today that 16 New York City teachers have tested positive for COVID-19. These teachers were...

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NYC DOE REOPENING OF SCHOOLS: SAGE AND SAFE OR STUPID AND SKETCHY?

by Alicia Whitney The fight against the pandemic all over the world has proven to be a disruptive one. Several sectors of different...

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NYC Schools Face a Deficit of 150 Nurses Amid School Reopening Plans

Even though city officials have made strides to create safer conditions for students and teachers in New York City as a result of the...

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