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Civic Center »

Currently 820 teachers have no permanent assignments and make about $94,000 annually on average.

Upper West Side »

The DOE, teachers and principals unions agreed on a new plan to reduce the stress over scores.

Central Harlem »

Two options for in-class observations are being weighed by city officials, sources tell DNAinfo.

Park Slope »

City schools are pushing back against a growing number of families opting out of the state tests.

Fort Greene »

Students, teachers and parents formed a "human chain" around the P.S. 20 building Thursday morning.

Park Slope »

The DOE hired some 70 talent coaches to train principals citywide on how to conduct teacher observations.

New York City »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is banking on the federal government paying for Hurricane Sandy recovery.

New York City »

The deadline for the negotiations passed at midnight Friday.

New York City »

Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said he wants a deal with the UFT by December 21.

New York City »

Senate Republicans decided Thursday to bring the bill to vote.

New York City »

Gov. Cuomo's bill to release teacher evaluation data only to parents appears dead.

Manhattan »

Legislators have moved forward with plans to legalize casino gambling through a constitutional amendment.

Manhattan »

The majority of voters polled said they agree teacher ratings should be made public.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Murray Hill is home to a higher concentration of the city's best teachers than any other neighborhood.

Manhattan »

Parents can search their children's teachers' test score by name or school.