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Michael Bloomberg is running for president. What you should know about the billionaire’s education record in New York City

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Want to explore race and class in Central Brooklyn’s schools? There’s a podcast for that.

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It’s the first day of school. Here’s what’s happening around New York City.

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Eliminate gifted, scrap middle school screening — but only study high school admissions? A gap in diversity recommendations draws attention

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Survey says: NYC teachers look forward to work, but many are still undecided about the chancellor’s leadership

As the U.S. Supreme Court weighs citizenship census question, more than $10 million for New York City schools hangs in the balance

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Dividing the city or bold intervention? Local lawmakers spar over Chancellor Richard Carranza’s leadership

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It’s time to start ‘hard work of rethinking’ Regents exams, New York’s top education policymaker says

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As high school exit exams fall out of favor in Washington and New Jersey, New York is increasingly an outlier

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As New York City makes limited changes to gifted programs, the regular admissions process yields predictable results