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Success Academy parents sue de Blasio administration over special education services

The Success Academy charter school network says the city is routinely discriminating against its students in the South Bronx, delaying and denying special education services ... filed a lawsuit Tuesda... read more

Special-ed kids suffer in de Blasio’s grudge against Success Academy

Mayor de Blasio hates the Success Academy charter schools so much that his minions are even taking it out on Success kids who need special education. The ugly facts are laid out in a new ... parents f... read more

Irate Charter School Parents Filing Lawsuits Against De Blasio

De Blasio’s aides have said by denying Success Academy space, the mayor is trying to prevent the loss of special education seats ... are also planning their own lawsuit, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported. ... read more

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New York City Loses Special Education Appeal

The justices issued a split 4-to-4 decision in the case, New York ... special education before parents may unilaterally remove their child from the school and seek full reimbursement at public expense ... read more

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Parents and guardians are asked ... Canfield retired to Palm Coast from his home state of New York in 1989 following a distinguished career as a teacher, principal and superintendent in the New York C... read more

How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

Another respondent, Bob Rosenthal, 38, who works for the New York ... the city. "It was never, never meant to be as much of a success as it was. Instead, some of us learned. Some of us actually took a... read more

Anthony Bourdain's body 'is stuck in France due to red tape'

Success beyond his wildest dreams. Money beyond his wildest dreams.' Bourdain himself didn't deny he had an enviable career ... In that acclaimed book, Bourdain, who born in New York City and raised i... read more

Public advocate wants to suspend charter-school lottery

Children hoping to enroll in a charter next year must sign up for the city-run lottery by April 1. The lottery-deadline delay would be a legal strategy in a lawsuit filed by charter ... for tens of th... read more

Schools accused of mainstreaming to cut costs

Now, some experts and parents complain that mainstreaming has increasingly taken on a new role in ... possible” on special education. In 2005, eight families, including Jonathan Schuster’s, filed a la... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

Join The New Jersey Conservation Foundation at the Franklin Parker Preserve in Chatsworth, N.J., from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. June 16, to look and listen for the tree frogs. Russell Juelg, land steward and ... read more

Professional dancer who nearly died of shock cardiac arrest at 32 from a common condition

A professional dancer, choreographer and teacher in New York City, Ashley is well-accustomed to getting her ... with an interesting group of people standing around: my husband, his parents, my choreog... read more

As a young Donald Trump began his real estate career, he fought hard against allegations of racial bias

And in New York ... according to the lawsuit. He "began screaming at me, saying that what I was doing was 'fraud' and that 'neither you nor Mr. Cash can have any damn apartment,'" she wrote. Fred Trum... read more



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