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Do Charter Schools Work?:
A profile of the Carl C. Icahn Charter School in the South Bronx.
Back to Basics:
A public school teacher reflects on the recent overhaul at the Board of Education.
Back to School:
Parents discuss their hopes and fears about the new curriculum on the first day of school.
Over three thousand children contribute to a cityscape of self-portraits.
NEW YORK VOICES looks at an innovative program that teaches real world strategy through chess.
The Chancellor and his critic.
Fixing Failing Schools?:
Is the New York City Leadership Academy fulfilling its mission of training new principals who can turn around troubled schools?
Grading the Schools
Why did some failing schools get 'A's, while others with great reputations got 'D's and 'F's?
An organization that brings together graduate students from around the world.
Making The Grade: Is Education Reform Working in NYC?:
Have Mayor Bloomberg's education reforms made a positive impact on the city's public schools?
Public school teachers take a crash course in the new standard programs for reading and math.
Science in the City:
Can New York become a world leader in biotechnology and science education?
Frank McCourt on his life in New York City classrooms.
A Year of Change: Leadership in the Principal's Office:
NYV follows three would-be principals as they seek to determine whether or not they have what it takes to run one of the city's 1200 public schools.
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