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by Laura Zingmond Friday, 03 March 2017 15:44
The wait is almost over. High school decision letters will be distributed by Friday, March 10. Schools will first have access to the letters mid-week, but don't expect to receive yours before Friday when most schools choose to hand them out at the end of the day. If your school mails the letters, you may not get yours until Saturday. Non-public school students should contact the person handling high school admissions at their school to find out their placement. If you're having trouble getting your letter you can always go to your nearest Family Welcome Center to find out your high school match. All schools--public and private--will have access to students' high school placements via the Department of Education's enrollment system. Details about this year’s main round decisions have yet…
by Insideschools staff Thursday, 23 February 2017 14:24
By Leila Morsy and Richard Rothstein As many as one in 10 African American students has an incarcerated parent. One in four has a parent who is or has been incarcerated. The discriminatory incarceration of African American parents is an important cause of their children’s lowered performance, espec…
by Lydie Raschka Tuesday, 31 January 2017 15:21
It's gone from famine to feast in recent years: Parents once faced with too few pre-k options may now wade through a world of choices. Let us help you narrow the list with some promising new programs and schools we can recommend in every borough. Note: If a great program is hopelessly oversubscribed…
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