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A new report that draws largely on data from the 2013-14 school year vividly maps out just how difficult it is for students who live in homeless shelters to get an education.
Professor Neusner, a leading historian of Jewish rabbinical texts, published over 900 books devoted to comparative religion, history and legal theory.
It was not budget cuts or a contentious relationship with faculty that led to the resignation of Lisa S. Coico, but her use of college funds for personal matters.
A new study suggests that biases against black children, especially black boys, are creeping into classrooms filled with 4-year-olds.
The administrator, Lisa S. Coico, announced her resignation a day after The New York Times contacted officials with questions about the handling of more than $150,000 of her personal expenses.
An assistant principal has filed a complaint against the city’s Education Department saying that a local assemblyman’s involvement with a school’s enrollment was rooted in bias.
Stoic and emotional reactions at a seminar in Beijing hinted at the fallout from the widespread practice of sending young children to live away from home.