Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Walcott were at a Brooklyn public school Tuesday to put a spot light on improving SAT and AP test scores among high school students.
The U.S. Department of Justice was under fire Monday, after it secretly obtained two months’ worth of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press.
Students In Poor Districts Will Gain Better Access To Advanced Placement Courses Under Virtual Classroom Program
The state Education Department this week said $17.3 million in federal Race to the Top Funds will be distributed to 17 districts or consortia of districts under the state’s Virtual Advanced Placement Program.
“It’s crazy. I mean, I don’t understand it. We should have a supermarket,” resident said Maryanne Kholdani.
Editors and broadcasters were asked to cast their ballots for who had the most influence on entertainment and culture in 2011.
We usually accept that, on certain days of the year, virtually everything is closed. Well, one company decision to open its businesses is causing controversy on Long Island.
The Islanders may or may not be in New York past 2015, but at least the team has some certainty regarding star John Tavares.
When it comes to BYOB – bring your own bags – the Citizens Campaign for the Environment says some Westchester County grocery stores are helping out the cause.
Mark Sanchez and his Jets teammates are back together again. For a few days, at least. Sanchez and about 40 other players started practicing at an undisclosed location in New Jersey on Monday.
Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein said in a one-page order that a “suggestion of settlement” led him to dismiss claims between Shepard Fairey and the AP.
Workers at a grocery distributor in New Jersey could lose their jobs in February in the wake of a bankruptcy filing by the supermarket giant.