More than 123K N.Y. food stamps for kids gone unused  by Kathleen Moore, Albany Times Union September 13, 2023
School meal funds from pandemic still available to needy families: Here's how to get them by Diana Dombrowski. Lohud Westchester Rockland County Gannett Newspaper.  Sept. 7, 2023
School Advocates Call for NYS to Provide Free Meals for All Students by Reuvain Borchardt HAMODIA Jan. 9, 2023
THE JOB, a national publication, run by the top experts in the workforce skills education, ran an article alerting its readership to the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island’s “How to Maximize Online Career Pathways Training Resources” Guide. Nov. 3, 2022
A Bite of the Big Apple  by Eytan Kobre  Mishpacha Magazine July 26, 2022
Few options: Many NYC high schools are off limits to students with disabilities. Chalkbeat NY. March 1, 2022
If our most affluent public school families choose to donate the value of their P-EBT card, New York City charities could reap as much as $150 million. City Limits Magazine. 9-22-2021
NYC schools served 96 million fewer meals to children amid the pandemic, new data show ChalkbeatNY 


Summer won't be much fun for kids in cash-starved NYC amid Coronavirus.  New York Post. 6-21-2020


Five years after Common Core, a mysterious spike in failure rate among NY high school students.   Hechinger Report. 1-14-19


Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza: NYC’s Top 31 Screened High Schools Are ALREADY Diverse   New York SchoolTalk  9-20-18

How private schools and districts partner upEducation Week 8-2-18

Carranza just proved he doesn't understand NYC's schools  New York Post 7-23-18 

Education boss’ attack on school ‘screens’ doesn’t add up. New York Post 7-22-18
Eighth-graders are scoring ‘well below proficient’ in math  New York Post 8-27-17 

TeachNYS Partners with Wilson Language Training     7-27-17

Only in America  33% is a Passing Grade in Math  Psychology Today 7-5-17 
Students taking Regents Math test only needed score of 32 to pass New York Post 6-25-17

Lack of Elite Screened High Schools, Tough Call for Bronx Parents Norwood News  5-10-17


More Students passing New York state algebra exam, after outcry sparked by previous year's test results    ChalkbeatNY  11-15-2016

The state is tinkering with Regents exam scores, but advocates say that means prior test- takers lose out   ChalkbeatNY     7-19-2016

Elite New York City High Schools Enrolling More Students with Disabilities   EducationWeek    5-5-2016 

Top New York City high schools are enrolling twice as many special ed students    ChalkbeatNY      4-26-2016


Algebra pass rates fall amid Common Core shift, leaving at-risk students furthest behind
ChalkbeatNY       11-5-2015

Common Core Tests Can Come at Cost for Underprivileged Students 
US News and World Report     8-10-2015  

Common Core Tests Can Come at Cost for Underprivileged Students
Hechinger Report     8-10-2015

Concerns mount over tougher Algebra Regents test, and officials promise a review
ChalkbeatNY    7-15-2015


Top-ranked high schools admitting more special ed students 
Chalkbeat NY    11-24-2014                                 
Your Child’s Diploma Just Got Harder to Earn
Community Magazine    July 2014


Seward Park Buildings Lobby Murals Saved from Destruction  
New York Times 5-17-1998