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Failed Wyandanch School Budget Means Setbacks For StudentsCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the fallout from the failure to pass a school budget in Wyandanch.
Hempstead School Officials Respond To Proposal For State-Appointed Monitoring BoardHempstead school officials held a press conference on June 18, 2019, responding to proposed New York state legislation that would create a monitoring board over the district's financial affairs.
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Student With Autism Walks Away From School, Ends Up PunishedThe mother of a Long Island student with autism is livid after she says a school employee yelled at her son after he wandered out of school. The case is prompting calls for renewed awareness to protect children with autism, reports CBSN New York’s Carolyn Gusoff.
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Newark Teacher Arrested For Abusing StudentA teacher in Newark has been accused of sexually abusing a male student.
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