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March 26, 2014

New York State's Schools Are Nation's Most Segregated, Report Contends

A new report from UCLA's Civil Rights Project contends that in 2010, more than half of New York's black and Latino students went to schools with white-student enrollments under 10 percent.

December 30, 2013

Carmen Fariña to Head New York City Schools Under de Blasio

Ms. Fariña served for more than four decades as a teacher, principal, district superintendent and deputy chancellor in the 1 million-student school system.

December 30, 2013

N.Y.C. Mayor-Elect to Appoint Veteran Educator Carmen Fariña as Chancellor

The New York Times reports that retired educator Carmen Farina, a former deputy chancellor for New York City schools, will lead the 1 million student system.

December 10, 2013

New York City's Next Chancellor: The Rumored Short List

Speculation is rampant over who might become New York City's next schools chancellor under newly elected mayor Bill de Blasio.

November 05, 2013

N.Y.C. and Boston Elect Mayors; Usher in New Schooling Eras

Democrat Bill de Blasio wins by a landslide in New York City, while state Rep. Martin J. Walsh is elected in Boston.

October 09, 2013

New Research on New York City: School Choice, Student Experience

Two new papers examine New York City's schools.

October 08, 2013

New York Charter Schools Rally To Protect Free Rents

Protesters in New York gathered to signal to candidate De Blasio that he should support charter schools.

October 01, 2013

NYC Black and Latino Males Shed Light on Schooling Success

Hundreds of black and Latino males in New York City high schools describe the factors behind their success in school in a new report.

September 11, 2013

De Blasio Tops New York City Primary: School Changes in the Wind?

Bill De Blasio took first, though a runoff election is possible. De Blasio's education views indicate that big changes are possible in the mayorally run district.

September 10, 2013

New York City Schools at Center of Today's Mayoral Primary

Voters in New York City will narrow the field of candidates vying to succeed Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg who has tightly controlled the city's school system for the last 12 years.

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