Tuesday 20 November 2018
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Category: Education, Featured News, Local News, Top Stories


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...


Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Passes; Funeral Details Announced

By Staff – Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter passed away recently, after a fall near her D.C. home, at the age of 88....


Mayor Warren: Six Employees in City’s 9-1-1 Center Placed on Leave Following Treyvan Rowe’s Death

By Staff – Mayor Lovely Warren has announced six employees in the city’s 9-1-1 Center have been placed on leave,...

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Parcel 5 Project Evolves to Include New Entertainment Complex

By Staff – Mayor Lovely Warren has announced that plans to develop a new 3,000-seat performing arts center in the Parcel 5 location...


Mayor Warren Names Daniele Lyman-Torres New Commissioner of City Rec

By Staff – Mayor Lovely Warren has named Daniele Lyman-Torres, former president of the Arc of Yates, as new commissioner of the...


Penfield Lawyer to Challenge Rich Funke for State Senate Seat

By Staff –   The Monroe County Democratic Committee has announced Penfield lawyer Jen Lunsford will seek the Democratic...


The Children’s Agenda Calls for More Accessible RSCD Budget

By Staff – The Children’s Agenda has released a policy brief calling for the Rochester City School District’s annual budget to be...


Parents and Students Protest RCSD’s One-Year Extension of Principal’s Contract

By Staff –   A large group of parents and students showed up at a Rochester City School District school board meeting...


Ibero-American Action League Officially Honors Father Laurence Tracy

By Staff –   Ibero-American Action League has officially dedicated its main office building to Father Laurence Tracy. As one of...

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Rochester City School District Graduation Rate Increases; State’s Minority Achievement Gap Still Persists

By Staff   The Rochester City School District’s June graduation rate has increased, rising from 47.7 percent in June 2016, to 51.9...