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Critics of the chancellor questioned his response to assaults and bullying at a Queens middle school.
An essay from two Chelsea High School students about life in a school split in two.
Councilmember Brad Lander said it “might be the most encouraging thing happening in New York City this fall.”
A new report by the Department of Education working group focused on improving student diversity is calling for new measures to address school segregation in New York City’s public school system.
'The fact of the matter is New York City is one of the most diverse places on Earth. But our school teachers, our school staff, our school administration do not represent the diversity as a whole.'
"I've heard about kids who were uninvited to playdates because their parents are in favor of the move."
"If we don't want to go to 61st street, what happens to us?"
"DOE did not get the precise zone map it wanted, so it took its ball and went home."
"The community here is like this: If you're not rich, you get treated like shit."
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