Parents said it was bad enough when Tyleek Brooks was allegedly caught last month trading child porn on the Internet. On Tuesday the FBI raided his home, searched his computer, and allegedly found child porn he actually produced.
Federal prosecutors say Ziming Shen and Joanna Fan, of Staten Island, diverted money from a chain of preschools they owned to their private business interests, and also to make mortgage payments on several condominiums.
New York City students are back in class Thursday and for the city’s new Schools Chancellor, it was a chance to greet kids at a handful of schools.
Weckerle pleaded guilty to manslaughter and to driving while impaired by drugs.
The program is voluntary. So it’s up to parents whether to sign their kids up and the students will know if they’ve been enrolled.
The federal lawsuit was filed by New York Lawyers for the Public Interest on behalf of a parents’ group. Department of Education spokeswoman Natalie Ravitz said the 10-year plan is responsible and will cause minimum disruption.
When it opened four years ago the Khalil Gibran School became a lightning rod for criticism. Opponents feared it would teach Islamic extremism. The founding principal sued the city after she said she was forced out.
It would be Christie’s second time at the ceremony at the Community Education Resource Network. It helps dropouts in Camden earn their high school diplomas.
Authorities said another student saw the boy remove the weapon from his book bag on a school bus on their way to Central Middle School.
According to PTA officials, desperate parents from other neighborhoods have tried to use someone else’s Park Slope address to get their children into P.S. 107.
School board president Seth Klukoff said that facilities director Kevin Larson was fired. Klukoff said the board continues to negotiate with him, although Klukoff did not say what the talks are about.
The city will begin seeking bids for a 10-year, $708 million city-wide clean up. It’s a move that for concerned parents and local elected officials couldn’t come soon enough.
The boy was in second grade at Union Township Elementary School. School officials say custodians at the small school have sanitized every doorknob, desk top and other surface to try to prevent the spread of the bacteria.
The agency took 14 samples from light fixtures at P.S. 206, P.S. 37 and P.S. 112 and found that 12 were above the regulatory limit. The three schools are located at 508 E. 120th St.
An educational panel was given a tongue-lashing Thursday night by an angry crowd upset about school closures. Another tongue-lashing came Friday from an irritated mayor who accused the crowd of overstepping its bounds
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