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Tuesday 20 November 2018
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Category: Education, Hot News, State/National News, Top Stories

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College is Worth the Cost, But Planning is Key

(StatePoint) – Despite rising college costs, a clear majority of families believe higher education is well-worth the investment, and...

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NYSED Appoints Distinguished Educator to Rochester City School District

By Staff – New York State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia has recently appointed Dr. Jaime Aquino as a Distinguished...

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Committee to Present Review of Special Ed Policies to RCSD School Board

By Staff – A committee has been appointed to review the Rochester City School District’s policies on special education, and...

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Wells College Students Protest Lack of Diverse Faculty, Hiring Process

By Staff – Students at Wells College are currently protesting the school’s decision to hire outside faculty to fill a position,...

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Center for Teen Empowerment to Host “8th Annual Community Luncheon”

By Staff – The Center for Teen Empowerment will host its “8th Annual Community Luncheon” on Thursday, May 3, from 11:30 a.m. to...

Education Secretary Julia Keleher visits students at a school in Catano, Puerto Rico in March. PHOTO: NBC News

Bilingual Preschools Improve Academic Performance, But Few Schools Offer Them

Children who attend preschool programs are more prepared for school compared to those who don’t attend preschool. According to a 2017...

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Ibero’s 50th Anniversary Gala to Feature DWTS Winner, Recognize Award Recipients

By Staff-   “Dancing with the Stars” winner Jose Rene “J.R.” Martinez will serve as keynote speaker during the Ibero...

Education Secretary Julia Keleher visits students at a school in Catano, Puerto Rico in March. PHOTO: NBC News

School Shut Downs and Anticipated Reform Result in Tense Puerto Rican Educational Climate

According to NBC News, “about a quarter” of Puerto Rican schools are closing down at the end of the year as a result of the...

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MCC: School’s “Single Stop” Program Helps Disadvantaged Students Stay in College

By Staff – Now in its second year, Monroe Community College’s “Single Stop” program is helping disadvantaged students stay...

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Report: Low-Income Communities Face Nearly $30 Billion in Student Loan Debt

By Staff – The Education Trust–New York has recently released a report, titled “Drowning in Debt,” which draws on data...