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April 06, 2012

Fourteen of 20 Largest Districts Report No Bullying, Harassment

The districts reported no allegations of sexual harassment, no disciplinary actions as a result of bullying or harassment on the basis of sex, or no students who reported being bullied or harassed on the basis of sex, the American Association of University Women has found.

October 17, 2011

N.Y. Education Department Proposes $2 Million to Curb Cheating

The money would be spent on a pilot program to develop computer-based tests and search some test sheets for suspicious erasures.

July 15, 2011

Charter School Network Founded by Former Gates Official Struggles

Money and management woes affect three charter schools founded by Tom Vander Ark, who oversaw education philanthrophy for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

April 08, 2011

Reaction to New York Leadership Shakeup

New York observers say the chancellor's dismissal after less than 100 days in office is a sign of mayoral missteps.

April 07, 2011

NYC Chancellor Cathie Black Out After Three Months

Deputy Mayor Dennis Walcott is the mayor's pick to step into the role.

April 06, 2011

N.Y. Chancellor Faces Low Poll Numbers

Cathleen P. Black's poll numbers have remained consistently low, but parents of children in the district say they're generally happy with their schools.

January 21, 2011

New York Deputy Chancellor to Retire

Eric Nadelstern, once considered a candidate for chancellor, is stepping down after nearly 40 years in New York schools.

January 10, 2011

Former NY Chancellor's New Job Proves Lucrative

Joel Klein could earn up to $4.5 million in salary and bonuses in his first year, according to reports.

December 06, 2010

Incoming NYC Chancellor Sees Job as 'Unbelievable Opportunity'

Cathie Black, in an interview with a New York television station Sunday, says that she listens and is a consensus builder.

November 29, 2010

NYC Schools Pick Gets Waiver to Assume Chancellorship

Publishing executive Cathie Black's path to the leadership position is now clear after a state official granted her the waiver necessary for her to take job.

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