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Charter School Expansion Faces Tough Fight in New York

NYTimes.com (Education) 2/2 8:52A Troy Closson
Gov. Kathy Hochul wants to allow more charter schools to open in New York City. But as the public school system loses students, the effort faces strong political headwinds.

Lower Lab Values YOU: Responsibility

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 2/2 6:01A Ana Kukaj
Dear Lower Lab Families, As you may know, last month we celebrated Responsibility (to Others). As part of this celebration our students decorated 375 bears that were donated to our school by Bear Givers. This past Wednesday, January 25th Sandy,...

Art with Ms. Michelle

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 1/31 3:16P Lower Lab Teacher
February 1, 2023 Greeting to All. Looking forward to our wonderful month of February filled with many warm and beautiful colors such as crimson, scarlet, burgundy, magenta and dazzling cherry. Stay...

Second Grade Happenings ~ February

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 1/31 10:06A Lower Lab Teacher
Second Grade Happenings~ February Some celebratory moments: Math: Students learned how to organize data. They also learned how to create and interpret a variety of graphs, including bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots to represent, describe,...

A Note from Principal

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 1/12 9:15A Ana Kukaj
Yesterday all Lower Lab students took part in an assembly celebrating their work with Lower Lab Values. It was fun and empowering! We targeted the idea of responsibility to others, what it means, what it feels like to give back and how to bring...

A Cleaner New York? Technology Points the Way

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 1/9 8:13A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
New York City generates 12,000 tons of waste every day—or two pounds for every New Yorker. That’s a lot to clean up. And any resident will tell you there’s room for improvement. The city can tackle this complexity with a geographic approach that...

Smart Steps Toward More Equitable, Greener Housing

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 1/9 8:13A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
Living in New York is expensive. That is, perhaps, the understatement of the century. But while some of New York’s leaders like Ed Koch and Bill De Blasio have made major efforts to improve affordable housing opportunities in this densely...
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