Woke ‘Teacher of the Year’ Proves New York’s Educators Don’t Care About Real Education

It’s all too telling that the Council of Regency’s 2023 “Teacher of the Year” is an educator who prioritizes ignorant nonsense. With two decades of experience leading up to his current tenure as a Chemistry and Mathematics teacher at A. Philip Randolph Campus HS in Harlem, Billy Green is clearly committed. But he also clearly … Read more

Woke ‘Teacher of the Year’ Proves New York’s Educators Don’t Care About Real Education

It’s all too telling that the Council of Regency’s 2023 “Teacher of the Year” is an educator who prioritizes ignorant nonsense. With two decades of experience leading up to his current tenure as a Chemistry and Mathematics teacher at A. Philip Randolph Campus HS in Harlem, Billy Green is clearly committed. But he also clearly … Read more

Student loan forgiveness scams hit New Yorkers

ALBANY, NY (WTEN) — Almost as soon as the federal student loan exemption was announced, the scams made their way to New York state. State officials are warning consumers that criminals are using the debt relief plan to steal money and personal information by impersonating government agencies promising immediate loan relief. Get the latest news, … Read more

NYS Teacher of the Year is too ‘awake’ for our children: parents

Harlem’s teacher Billy Green was named New York State Teacher of the Year this month, but some parents say he focuses too much on social justice — and not enough on teaching basics. Green, who teaches chemistry and sometimes math at A. Philip Randolph Campus High School and also specializes in helping LGBTQ youth, too … Read more

Ongoing COVID madness shows it was never about science

The pandemic is essentially over, right? For some, yes. For others not so much. It wasn’t until June when unvaccinated Canadians were finally allowed to leave the country, for no apparent reason. The vaccine doesn’t prevent transmission, so how did it make sense to keep the unvaccinated behind the frozen curtain? It didn’t. But that’s … Read more

Ongoing COVID madness shows it was never about science

The pandemic is essentially over, right? For some, yes. For others not so much. It wasn’t until June when unvaccinated Canadians were finally allowed to leave the country, for no apparent reason. The vaccine doesn’t prevent transmission, so how did it make sense to keep the unvaccinated behind the frozen curtain? It didn’t. But that’s … Read more

850 more inept NYC teachers, school assistants fired

The city’s Department of Education has fired an additional 850 teachers and classroom assistants — bringing the total to nearly 2,000 school workers fired for failing to comply with a vaccine mandate that has increasingly been condemned in court. About 1,300 DOE employees who took one year of unpaid leave — with benefits — agreed … Read more

Hispanic Heritage Month: NYC Partners with Dominican Republic to Hire Bilingual Educators

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — New York City is partnering with the Dominican Republic to hire bilingual teachers in city public schools. School Chancellor David Banks announced the new effort on Thursday, facilitated in partnership with the Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in New York City and the Association of Dominican-American Supervisors and Administrators. … Read more

Hochul again sells Adams, NYC’s schoolchildren to serve her own interests

After weeks of encircling and dawdling, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the odious bill last week. It is a gift to the boss of the teachers’ union Michael Mulgrew, at the expense of the children. Limit class size to 20 students in K-3, 23 in 4th through 8th grade, and 25 in high school in May … Read more

Flooding of Migrant Children in NYC Schools to Boost DOE Funding

The city’s Department of Education is rolling out the red carpet for asylum seekers and helping them break through the bureaucracy to at least 1,500 cross-border children enrolled in public schools The influx of school-age children—among the roughly 8,000 new arrivals busted to Manhattan by Texas Governor Greg Abbott since May—helps the enrollment-starved DOE bring … Read more