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ENY Community Activist Chris Banks and PTA President Latesha Summers Rally To Stop Firing of Staff at I.S. 292

This past Friday, East New York Community Leaders, parents and students of I.S. 292 held a rally in front of the school.  The community...

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Athletes Elated That All NYC PSAL High School Sports Will Start Up in April 2021

NYCSN File photo It was recently announced by Mayor deBlasio that the PSAL, New York City’s official high school sports league, will...

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Real PEOPLE of ENY Features Janet Huger-Johnson An Advocate for Teachers, Students, and Families in East New York

Real PEOPLE of East New York Janet Huger-Johnson’s pre-med plans were derailed after a question from a professor at North Carolina...

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Long Time PSAL Executive Director Donald Douglas Dies While On Vacation Just A Few Days After Retiring

photo Courtesy NYCBasketball.com (left to right, Ted Gustus, Danny Harris, Donald Douglas, Desi Rodriguez) New York City Sports Network was...

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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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UFT and NYC Teachers Score Victory With $900 million Back Pay Decision  

An almost decade-long battle has seemingly come to an end. On October 9, 2020, an independent arbitrator ruled that New York City has to...

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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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Rising Teacher COVID-19 Cases and School Ventilation Issues Raise Concerns About School Reopenings

by Chanell Turner / NYCTeachers.com “Let’s just get real—an open window is not gonna cut it.” Monona Rossol, an...

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Although NYC Schools Open Sept 21 PSAL High School Sports Are Postponed Until Further Notice

New York City Public Schools are scheduled to open to students for in-school learning, but the NYC high school sports league, PSAL, will...

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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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