Crain’s Business Forum: Life Sciences – Opportunities and Challenges (Education) 9/14 7:06A
The life sciences industry* is considered one of the most promising for economic development in New York City, having the potential to create up to 40,000 good-paying jobs.** Mayor de Blasio recently... To view the full story, click the title link.

Back to the future (Education) 9/13 12:00A
New York City has reopened and is finally coming back to life, but what and who is it coming back to? Restaurants are welcoming guests, offices are inviting their employees back, and Broadway shows... To view the full story, click the title link.

4th Grade Introduction Letter

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 9/10 3:49A Lower Lab Teacher
September 10, 2021 Dear Fourth Grade Families, Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! We are excited to welcome each of your children into the school building full time this year. We know that this year may feel challenging or uncertain for you or...

Second Grade Happenings~ September 2021

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 9/10 12:14A Lower Lab Teacher
Dear Second Grade Families: Welcome back! We hope everyone had a restful summer and we’re looking forward to working with you and your children during this exciting year in second grade. We feel lucky to be on this journey together fostering each...

Meet Crain's 2021 Hall of Fame honorees (Education) 9/6 12:00A
THIS YEAR’S INDUCTEES are leaders in the truest sense. They have struck a balance between running successful businesses while serving stakeholders and enriching the broader New York City community.... To view the full story, click the title link.

Perfect storm: City facing deluge of extreme weather (Education) 8/31 11:04A Brian Pascus
Scientists warn New York City's infrastructure might not be able to handle the increase in strong storms caused by climate change  To view the full story, click the title link.

Delta variant sharply curtails return to office plans (Education) 8/26 8:02A Eddie Small
Expectations for workers coming back to the office this fall dropped sharply from May to August, according to a survey by the Partnership for New York City To view the full story, click the title link.
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