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Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont wrote to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo that he was “troubled by New York State’s refusal so far to invest in a fair contract for the university’s faculty and staff.”
The board, which was acting on a report from a task force created by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, also heard recommendations for addressing problems at a Rockland County school system.
The vote clears the way for the second walkout in four years, with negotiations thus far failing to resolve differences over money, evaluations and testing.
It is the first time Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has elected to shut down any noncharter public schools.
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What are the results of the agreement that was signed by 195 nations on Saturday regarding climate change?
This post features videos and a New York Times article about wildlife protection laws to help English Language Learners acquire vocabulary, use context clues and assert opinions about the practice of poaching exotic animals.
Ryan McMillan, 21, a sophomore at the University of North Texas, was killed by a campus police officer responding to a call about a man knocking out car windows.
The Princeton Battlefield Society wants to preserve the site where George Washington’s troops defeated the British at the Battle of Princeton in January 1777.
The sale could bolster other parts of the financially struggling university, but it could also mean the end of WHUT, the 35-year-old public television station that is the first owned and operated by a historically black institution.
Mr. Rowan and his wife, Betty, made a $100 million donation to Glassboro State College in New Jersey in 1992, which was then the biggest individual cash gift to any public college or university.
The University of Wisconsin voted to adopt a resolution stating that the university should not shield people from ideas or opinions they find unwelcome or offensive.
It was a highly publicized but divisive demonstration that was staged in favor of ending gun-free zones on campuses.
The office of the New York State comptroller, Thomas P. DiNapoli, reported that Starting Point Services inappropriately charged for salaries, benefits and bonuses.
In this short documentary, students in a youth orchestra program in Chile pursue their love of music to escape poverty.