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Prestigious and public, the Hunter College schools charge hefty fees and admit few poor students

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How is Carranza’s big shake-up going over? So far, educators are optimistic.

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As school year ends, Carranza announces major changes at New York City’s education department

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On the last day of school in New York City, a look back at the 15 biggest education stories this year

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In union defeat, lawmakers end session without revamping teacher evaluation law

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Judge strikes down rule allowing some New York charter schools to certify their own teachers

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With days left in this year’s session, what will happen with teacher evaluations?

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While revealing $7 billion education plan, Nixon criticizes schools that leave kids ‘destined for jail’

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Senate Majority Leader proposes new teacher evaluation bill — but it comes with charter school concessions

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Six new charter schools could open in New York City following Regents vote