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How NYC Parents are Working to Keep Their Kids Socializing

Aaron and Jack, a pair of graphic novel-loving 8-year-olds who attend different Brooklyn elementary schools, have become fast friends in the past two weeks. After New York City’s public schools shut down because of... Read more »

Racist Facebook Post Allegedly Tied to Staten Island Assistant Principal

A Staten Island assistant principal has been reported to the Department of Education for investigation of a Facebook post citing racist memes and the “privilege” of people on public assistance. “Privilege is... Read more »

2021 Health Plans Granted Leeway To Limit Consumers’ Benefit From Drug Coupons

Without medication to manage her plaque psoriasis, Jennifer Brown’s face, scalp, trunk and neck periodically become covered in painful red, flaky patches so dry they crack and bleed. During the pandemic, health... Read more »

Ethics complaint alleges group failed to disclose donors, and suggests connection to prominent lobbyist

Over the course of May and early June this year, a new group called the “Council for a Competitive New Mexico” (CCNM) spent over $130,000 on a media campaign supporting a group... Read more »

Success Academy Official Quits Over ‘Racist and Abusive’ Practices at NYC Charter School Network

A spokesperson for New York City’s largest charter network resigned in protest, stating she can no longer defend Success Academy’s “racist and abusive practices” that are “detrimental to the emotional well being”... Read more »