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NYU hired a lawyer to defend the law students, but has not publicly sided with them against the trustee.
Hack Red Hook will be held at Pioneer Works from April 18 to April 19 in Red Hook.
The event at Park Avenue Christian Church hopes to break down barriers between religious communities.
The board of directors decided to close the Windsor Terrace school because of a decline in enrollment.
There were 60,000 more domestic violence cases in 2013 compared to 2002.
Six capital improvement projects will be funded after almost 3,000 residents voted in District 38.
More than 1,200 customers donated more than $1,500 in less than two weeks.
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Changes to the gifted and talented exam put children of immigrants at a disadvantage, experts said.
Five projects were selected to receive more than $1.5 million of the city's money in District 33.
Staff, parents and students spoke out against the state's controversial English exams Friday.
A new bill that would alarm elementary school exits is crucial with universal pre-K, its sponsor says.
More than 200 P.S. 11 students will be temporarily relocated to P.S. 171 while a new addition is built.
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