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The Best Charter Schools Deserve More Leeway on Hiring -

Published Nov 2, 2017 by editorial board

The Best Charter Schools Deserve More Leeway on Hiring SHARE Nicole Bengiveno / The New York Times By THE EDITORIAL BOARD November 3, 2017 New York City is one of the rare places in the country where …

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SUNY Plattsburgh students make bowls for hunger awareness

Published Nov 4, 2017 by Caroline Strange

SUNY Plattsburgh students make bowls for hunger awareness fundraiser By: Caroline Strange Posted: Nov 03, 2017 09:05 PM EDT Updated: Nov 03, 2017 09:05 PM EDT SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Plattsburgh Plattsb…

The Buffalo News

Hurricane victims get tuition break to attend ECC - The Buffalo News

Published Nov 3, 2017 by Jay Tokasz

| Updated Fri, Nov 3, 2017 Puerto Ricans and U.S. Virgin Islands residents displaced by hurricanes Maria and Irma may attend Erie Community College at the Erie County resident tuition rate for this ye…

The Chronicle of Higher Education

At Least One Career-Oriented College Sees Value in the Liberal Arts

Published Nov 3, 2017

At the Fashion Institute of Technology, student learn liberal-arts skills that industry leaders say they want in their employees.…


'You haven’t seen anything yet, but it will come'

Published Nov 4, 2017 by Rebecca Natale Press-Republican

Public Notices Close KAYLA BREEN/STAFF PHOTOLe Ly Hayslip speaks to SUNY Plattsburgh Student Association members and English and journalism majors during a luncheon at SUNY Plattsburgh President John …

Observer Today

College having success recruiting, retaining students

Published Nov 4, 2017 by Andrew Kuczkowski

PORTLAND — Prior to this fall, the State University of New York at Fredonia had a steep decline in enrollment. In fall 2015, SUNY Fredonia saw a drop of 369 students. However, since then, the college …

Observer Today

College students fall into Days of Service Week

Published Nov 6, 2017

College students banded together for Fredonia’s 13th year of raking leaves in surrounding neighborhoods this weekend. The event, Fall Sweep, included over 700 registered students who brought rakes and…

Search Results - Glens Falls Post-Star

SUNY Adirondack lays out timeline for weapons

Published Nov 5, 2017 by BILL

Buy Now QUEENSBURY — Some SUNY Adirondack campus officers could be carrying guns during the spring semester as the school implements a Board of Trustees vote to arm the officers. Officials will spend …


CCC Board: No raise for management confidential staff

Published Nov 6, 2017 by Cara Chapman Press-Republican

Nov. 06--PLATTSBURGH -- The Clinton Community College Board of Trustees approved a zero percent cost-of-living raise for management confidential employees at a recent meeting. A separate resolution no…

Central New York Business Journal

Urban farming startup Infiniti Greens grows in Broome County

Published Nov 3, 2017 by Rachel Sandler

FULL TEXT BINGHAMTON - Up until a few months ago, Remlik's Grille & Oyster Bar, an upscale seafood restaurant in downtown Binghamton, had a problem. The tiny plants that chefs were using as garnishes … - ,

Adopt-a-Business program expands beyond Livingston County

Published Nov 6, 2017 by THE LCN STAFF

SUNY Geneseo’s Adopt-a-Business program is expanding outside Livingston County through a new partnership with the Letchworth Gateway Villages Initiative, which serves the villages of Geneseo and Mount…

Times Union

Laying down the path to manufacturing jobs

Published Nov 4, 2017 by Larry Rulison

Troy Something called the "middle skills gap" is holding back the Capital Region's manufacturing sector. And people with middle skills are hard to find these days. Middle skills manufacturing jobs don…

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