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Education

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.

Celebrating Diversity: Over three thousand children contribute to a cityscape of self-portraits.

Chess-in-the-Schools: NEW YORK VOICES looks at an innovative program that teaches real world strategy through chess.

Education Reform (2003): 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?

International House: 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?

New Curriculum: 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?

Teacher Man: 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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