PS 152 Chapter Leader Joanne Oliver with colleagues
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From the Edwize Blog

The link between poverty and academic achievement, particularly in terms of test scores, has long been established. But what has gotten less attention is the very strong variation in test score achievement among students at different levels of poverty. Students whose families are so poor that they qualify for free lunch score significantly lower than students from low-income families who qualify for reduced-price lunch.

Central Park East MS PTA President Stacy Fairclough, and her daughter, Shirley M

Making Strides Walk 2014

It was a day of determination and resilience as hundreds of UFT members united together in the fight against breast cancer by participating in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks that took place in all five boroughs and on Long Island on Sunday, Oct. 19

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