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Drop Everything And Read Day At The Bronx Library Center

Every so often I like to give myself a Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R.) Day. I find it to be a great de-stressor.
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Law Firm Adopts Bronx Charter School

White & Williams LLP is helping to fund the Reading Partners literacy program at the Hyde Leadership Charter School on Bryant Avenue....
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Tiffany Tavarez Gets Mariano Rivera Scholarship

A New York Yankees legend is helping one Bronx teen begin her college career. ...
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Bronx Triangle’s Sixth Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony

Bronx Triangle’s sixth annual scholarship awards ceremony was held at Eastwood Manor Supper Club in Bronx with families and friends of nine Bronx Triangle scholarship recipients as they prepare to be accepted into colleges of their choice and pursue their degrees....
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Thomas Sowell: Moral Bankruptcy

If you want to get some idea of the moral bankruptcy of our educational system, read an article in the May 4th issue of the New York Times Magazine titled, “The Tale of Two Schools.”...
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Fordham Football Starts Mentoring Program

Having to balance a full class load along with athletic responsibilities can be tough for most students-athletes....
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Bronx Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing Program Ranks No. 1

The Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Program of Bronx Community College's Nursing and Allied Health Sciences Department has been named number one among New York State's 77 practical nursing programs and schools....
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Mercy College’s Annual Bronx Leadership Awards

Mercy College is hosting the College’s annual Bronx Leadership Awards Reception Thursday, March 20, 2014....
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'Art Force Five' To Bring Message Of Non-Violence To Bronx Schools

Alfred University (AU) students wearing colorful “superhero” disguises will spend their spring break spreading a positive message of equality and non-violence throughout Bronx....
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Dr. Schoenberg Named Chair At Albert Einstein

Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY, have named Mark Schoenberg, MD, professor and university chair of the department of urology. He will assume his new position in April 2014....
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Nonprofit Organization Teaches Bronx Students How To Perform

One nonprofit organization is taking Broadway from Manhattan into Bronx schools....
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Raychell Vélez Wins Bronx SciFest

Raychell Vélez, a senior at Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics High School, took the top prize for her research on the effects of acidity and salinity in plant growth at Lehman’s second annual Bronx SciFest, held on Wednesday, February 26, 2014. The prize includes a four-year scholarship to Lehman College, a cash prize, and a chance to compete at the New York City Science and Engineering (NYCSE) Fair....
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Northern Oklahoma College Homecoming King Is From Bronx

Hunter Aubrey of Moore and Manny Mendez, Bronx, NY, were crowned Northern Oklahoma College Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of the Mavericks vs. Murray State College basketball game February 13, 2014....
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Budding Scientists Prepare For 2nd Annual Bronx SciFest

Lehman College will host its second annual Bronx SciFest on Wednesday, February 26, 2014....
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Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Retains Strong Funding

Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University ranked among the top fifth of medical schools in securing research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2013....
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PS 55 Turns 100

P.S. 55 celebrated its 100th birthday today in Claremont....
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Tuckahoe High School Students Participate In 'Big Bronx' Debate

The Tuckahoe High School Debate Team competed in multiple categories in the 43rd annual installment of the New York City Invitational sponsored by the Bronx High School of Science earlier this semester....
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Malala Yousafzai Honored At St. Raymond Academy

Students at St. Raymond Academy, an all-girl school in Bronx, honored a young Pakistani girl for her role in fighting for equal educational rights for women....
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Hyundai Supports Math In Bronx

Hyundai Motor America has awarded a grant to support the expansion of the Spatial-Temporal (ST) Math program from MIND Research at six public schools in Bronx....
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Testing Mom Announces 1st Annual Testing Week For NYC Parents

Free Seminars will help parents around New York City to effectively navigate the gifted and talented testing and private school admissions process. ...
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Laguardia Community College Confers More Than 1,600 Associate’s Degrees At 46th Commencement Ceremony

More than 1,600* New Yorkers celebrated earning their associate’s degrees at LaGuardia Community College’s 46th Commencement Ceremony, held this morning at Barclays Center.
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Charter School To Open $20 Million Bronx Location

Harlem-based Neighborhood Charter School is opening a location in Bronx.
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Cultural & Academic Enrichment Programming Offers Bronx Students Valuable, Life-Changing Experiences & Opportunities

Senator Jeff Klein joined City Island P.S. 175 school administrators, teachers, parents and students for a 5th grade theater production of the “The Grunch,” a new children’s musical currently being performed in schools across the country. The young performers invited Senator Klein to attend the May 11th show, to thank him for bringing Project BOOST (Building Options and Opportunities for Students) enrichment programming to their school.
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Students Impacted By Hurricane Maria Reveal Why They Remained — And Left — Puerto Rico

In her free time, Lehman College junior Yarielid Torres, 20, likes to visit famous destinations in the borough like the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo. She wanted to learn more about the area she currently calls home and attends school.
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New York State Is Failing Our Public Schools

I entered the New York City public school system this past September. Rather, my 5-year-old child, a proud, subway-riding New Yorker, entered kindergarten and we had to decide what schools to put on our wish list.
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BP Diaz Calls For Changes To Specialized High School Admissions

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. is calling on the Panel for Educational Policy – the body which oversees New York City’s public school system – to use its power to change the admissions policies to five of the city’s specialized high schools to make the process more fair.
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Union Wins Victory In Legal Fight Over KIPP Charter School In South Bronx

A federal court dealt a blow Tuesday to the KIPP charter network in its legal fight with New York City’s teachers union over a KIPP school in South Bronx.
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BP Diaz Hosts Annual Chess Challenge

On December 19, 2017, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., AT&T and Chess in the Schools co-hosted the Bronx Borough President’s Annual Chess Challenge at the Bronx County Building’s Veterans’ Memorial Hall.
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Park University Kansas City Area December 2017 Graduates Announced

Park University held its December 2017 Kansas City Area Commencement ceremony on December 9, 2017 at the Community of Christ Auditorium in Independence, MO.
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Monroe College Hosts 29th Annual Holiday Celebration For The Children Of Students, Faculty & Staff

Monroe College, a national leader in educating urban and international students, held its 29th annual celebration today for the children of students, faculty, and staff. The popular event traditionally ushers in the holiday season on campus.

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Lisa Herndon

is a freelance multimedia journalist who reports on education, traffic & transportation and entertainment. She is currently a content curator living in the New York City area. Lisa is a former reporter at The Riverdale Press.