‘Green Team’ Students At Queens Elementary School Receive National HonorA group of local students who work daily to make a difference locally and globally, received a national honor on Thursday.
Seen At 11: A Growing Number Of Schools Are Hosting ‘Pre-K Proms’Many people wait years for their senior prom, but now it's not only high schoolers preparing for the milestone -- it's also pre-schoolers.
Schools Overcome Budget Cuts By Collecting, Selling Gently Used ClothingSchools across the country are struggling to raise money, as programs for art and music, as well as field trips are being cut.
‘Kinvolved’ App Helps Teachers, Parents Crackdown On Student TruancyNot only does it track attendance, but tardiness as well, and can be used for everyday communication with parents.
$1.5-Million Gift To Brooklyn High School Turned Out To Be A Costly ScamA generous donation to a school in Brooklyn turned into a very expensive scam.
Parents Concerned After Tests Show Lead In The Water At New Rochelle Elementary SchoolLead in the water at a Westchester school has some parents concerned, after some wide ranging test results over the last month.
Georgia Mother Secretly Records Son Being Paddled By School AdministratorsA 5-year-old boy was held down and threatened with a wooden paddle for misbehaving at a Georgia school.
Study Finds ‘Old School’ Pen And Paper Note Taking Could Help Students Retain InformationIf you want to be smarter you might want to swap out your smart phone for a pen and paper.
Latest Report Card Says Accreditation Could Be In Jeopardy At Nassau Community CollegeSome are calling it a gigantic leap backwards for a sprawling community college.
Thousands Of High School Students Take Newly Revamped SAT TestThe college admissions exam has undergone extensive changes to be closer aligned to what students are learning in school.
Miller Place Marine Returns From Deployment, Surprises Little Brother At SchoolAfter an overseas deployment, a Miller Place Marine paid a surprise visit to his much younger brother in elementary school.
Outraged Mother Says Son Was Pinned Against Wall, Left In School Stairwell For Bad BehaviorA 4-year-old boy was left alone in a stairwell, and his outraged mother said school workers left him there as a punishment for behaving badly.

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