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New city childcare plan could radically reshape Bronx preschools

Center directors say the new proposal could hit hardest in low-income areas

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For immigrant Mexican mothers, obesity is a new threat to their children’s health

Mexican immigrants from Puebla struggle to overcome a sedentary lifestyle and fewer fresh food choices

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From Capitol Hill to the Bronx, scrutiny for College Inc.

The national debate on for-profit higher education hits home in Fordham.

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Turning up the tech at a Kingsbridge school

Who you gonna call? The MOUSE Squad.

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Teaching Forward

Lorraine Valentin runs a GED math class at Grace Outreach in the South Bronx

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For Bronx women, some help on a tough road to college

A college prep program in Mott Haven is showing Bronx women a path to college.

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The green roof that keeps on giving

The DOE is phasing out the Alfred E. Smith High School program that supports the project.

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School cafeteria trades burgers for grass-fed beef

At a public school in West Farms, a national movement targets kids’ love of junk food.

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