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The candidate’s shock statements and sexual boasts present a quandary for parents who want to teach their children about the electoral process.
Dr. Tisch, who is stepping down this month, said she tried to do too much, too fast during her time as chancellor, but justified her sense of urgency.
A $5 million initiative in Albany would help prepare black and Hispanic students for the admissions test for Brooklyn Tech and similar New York City high schools.
A video shows one of the officers slapping and kicking a young man at a school as the other officer stands by.
The school district, New Jersey’s largest, shut off water fountains in 30 buildings until more tests could be conducted.
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