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Earl Monroe New Renaissance H.S. Opens in the Bronx With NBA Support

The Earl Monroe New Renaissance High School is now open in the Bronx, with a permanent location set to launch in the South Bronx in 2024....

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Brooklyn Fashion Designer Dewry DuRoi Launches “CorDuRoi” and “HealthJox” During “The Fashion Week Experience” Runway in Times Square

As a precursor to this year’s New York Fashion Week, founder/executive producer James Corbett and executive producer...

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CSA, The NYC Principal’s Union, Endorses Nikki Lucas For City Council In District 42 Covering East New York, Brownsville, Canarsie And East Flatbush

Today it was announced that Nikki Lucas the City Council candidate in the 42nd District, covering East New York, Brownsville, Canarsie...

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NYC Mayoral Candidate, Ray McGuire Proposes Aggressive Catch-Up Plan to Rescue Students from the Impact of COVID-19 

By Florence Mafomemeh Ray McGuire, NYC candidate for Mayor has proposed a full-time Summer “Catch-Up” to make up for the school...

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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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ENY City Council Candidate Nikki Lucas Picks Up Major UFT Endorsement

The United Federation of Teachers (UFT) has officially endorsed Nikki Lucas, candidate for New York City Council in Brooklyn’s...

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Lester Young Jr. Makes History as State’s first Black Chancellor for Board of Regents

Reema Amin, Chalkbeat New York Jan 11, 12:23pm EST The state Board of Regents made history Monday, electing Lester Young Jr., as its first...

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3rd Annual New York City Public School Film Festival – Submissions From Jan 5 – March 16, 2021

The DOE is delighted to announce the 3rd Annual New York City Public School Film Festival presented by NYC DOE and the Mayor’s Office of...

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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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