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Christina Veiga is a reporter for Chalkbeat New York covering early childhood education, school diversity and the Department of Education. She previously covered K-12 education for the Miami Herald.

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The future of geographic screens for NYC’s high schools is up in the air amid concerns over diversity, commutes

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They believed home was safer than school. Now some NYC parents are accused of educational neglect.

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NYC reconsiders elimination of high school attendance zones, borough admissions priorities

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NYC’s ‘incredibly popular’ COVID vaccine clinics at schools might expand, de Blasio says

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Far Rockaway school closes due to COVID spread, the second in NYC in a week

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NYC schools start vaccinating 5- to 11-year-olds to cheers, relief, and some frustration

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NYC middle and high schools head into another murky admissions season

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COVID forced students apart. This Queens high school is using art to bring them back together.

In COVID’s epicenter, Voyages Prep spent the first weeks of school creating art projects to support students’ emotional health and help them reconnect.

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With NYC’s ‘gifted’ program headed for overhaul, here’s what some experts say should come next

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NYC’s COVID catchup plan for students? More tests. Here’s what we know about them.