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Student data breach in NYC also impacted charter schools, districts

Cayla Bamberger, New York Post
May 6, 2022

Applied for Student Aid Online? Facebook Saw You

Surya Mattu & Colin Lecher, The Markup
April 28, 2022

‘There Are So Many Issues’: Why Schools Are Struggling to Protect Student Data

Mark Walsh, EducationWeek
April 12, 2022

NYC Public Schools See Alarming Jump in Chronic Student Absenteeism

Hadassa Halatizadeh, The Jewish Voice
April 6, 2022

Congress may create massive program to collect college student data

Valerie Strauss, Washington Post
April 4, 2022

Chronic absenteeism in NYC public schools hits alarming 40%

Susan Edelman, New York Post
April 2, 2022

Personal data of 820,000 NYC students compromised in hack

Cayla Bamberger & Jesse O’Neill, New York Post
March 26, 2022

Eric Adams names appointees with charter ties to schools governance panel

Cayla Bamberger, New York Post
March 22, 2022

Eric Adams expected to tap charter school backer for citywide education panel

Selim Algar, NY Post
Feb. 14, 2022

Baltimore Teachers’ Democracy Project, Facebook Live
Feb.7, 2022

Gates Foundation Strengthens Its Board with New Members

Joann Florino, Philanthropy Roundtable
Feb. 3, 2022

Entra en vigor mandato de vacunación para estudiantes de grados intermedios en escuelas chárter de NYC

Edwin Martinez, El Diario
Feb. 1, 2022

Preocupación y confusión entre padres por nuevos cambios en reglas de cuarentena de niños en escuelas de NYC

by Edwin Martinez, El Diario
January 26, 2022

CPS And Lightfoot ‘Will Not Relent’ In Talks With Teachers Union As Classes Canceled For Fourth Day

Fight over COVID testing of students — and whether CPS disregarded governor’s offer of help — at heart of dispute with union

, Chicago Sun Times
January 7, 2022

The Sizable Downside of De Blasio’s Education Record

By Leonie Haimson, Gotham Gazette
January 7, 2022

Eric Adams promete “reimaginar” la educación en NYC pero su primer reto será el regreso a clases

by Edwin Martínez, El Diario NY
January 3, 2021

In smaller classes, my fourth graders are thriving. Will it last?


Promoting small class sizes in New York public schools, multiple groups call on city council to legislate [in Chinese]

NTDTV Evening News
December 17, 2021

Mulgrew to Council Speaker: Shouldn’t Wait for Adams, Reduce Class Size

by Richard Steier, Chief Leader
Updated

Time running out for class size bill to pass this year

by Jillian Jorgensen, NY1
December 10, 2021

To Reduce Inequality in Our Education System, Reduce Class Sizes

by Leonie Haimson, The Nation
December 9, 2021

Latest Data Shows NYC Public School Classes Are 5% Smaller

by Jessica Gould, Gothamist
December 3,

Teachers Union, Parents Push For Class Size Bill As Legislative Session Winds Down

by Jessica Gould, Gothamist
December 3,

Parents, teachers call for NYC Council to vote for smaller class sizes at schools

by Kala Rama, PIX11 News
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‘Class Size Matters’; Parents, Teachers Urge NYC Council To Pass Bill Lowering Classroom Capacity

 Natalie Duddridge, CBS New York

Parents, teachers protest overcrowded classrooms across New York City

Tension builds within the UFT over reducing class sizes

By Max Parrott, City and State
November 29, 2021

Lawmakers work to slash class size at NYC schools

By Kala Rama, PIX11 News
November 1, 2021

Meisha Porter Stepping Down As New York City Schools Chancellor

By Marcia Kramer, CBS  New York

The Big, Bold Idea of Smaller Class Sizes

By Bill Woodruff, Gotham Gazette
October 29, 2021

New screening for NYC students questioned by parents, teachers

By Kala Rama, PIX11 News
October 28, 2021

Lawmakers Press City For Numbers On Public School Enrollment

By Jessica Gould, Gothamist
October 27, 2021

State of Our Schools: Full show for Oct. 13, 2021

By News 12 Staff, News 12 The Bronx
October 13, 2021

 

The Major Problems with New York City’s School Reopening Plan

By Leonie Haimson, Gotham Gazette
September 5, 2021

 

The conflict over conflicts of interest

By Tim Schwab, Columbia Journalism Review
August 18, 2021

 

Some city schools to ditch 3-foot guidance

By Max Parrott, Queens Chronicle
August 12, 2021