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    Early in September, the media was full of articles on school: What was school about, and what was school really about? Well, school is about a lot of things, but today let’s say school is about reading and math. Recent scores in those areas, especially on the middle school level, were report…

      Students in the fifth grade at Owasco Elementary School perform the national anthem during an assembly to mark Constitution Day in the United States, which takes place on Sept. 17. On that date in 1787, delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the document that has b…

        The start to our school year has been filled with smiling faces and a return to familiar routines that have us feeling incredibly hopeful about all that is to come. We have added staff at every level to continue to deliver high quality instruction for our students. We also continue to have a…

          New York is poised to strengthen its oversight of private and religious schools following years of complaints that thousands of children are graduating from ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools lacking basic academic skills, including the ability to read English.

          The 30 years from 1945 to 1975 can be termed a Golden Age in “American quality mass public higher education,” writes Cathy Davidson, author of The New Education (Basic Books 2017, 2022) and a scholar at the City University of New York. This was the era of the GI Bill (1944- 49), the spending…

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          Semesters are made of memorable moments, but the start of an academic year is always the best of times at Cayuga Community College. There’s an invigorating sense of anticipation when our students return to campus and our new students begin their journey in higher education. It reminds all of…

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