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Gov. Hochul’s Budget Extends TAP to Part-Time Students, Prisoners
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Gov. Hochul’s Budget Extends TAP to Part-Time Students, Prisoners

“This would be amazing for students who work full time,” said Luger. “Most are forced to attempt five classes each semester, fail a few, and then eventually run out of TAP before they graduate.”

Filmmaker Advocates for Immigrants with Learning Disabilities
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Filmmaker Advocates for Immigrants with Learning Disabilities

Language and cultural barriers create stigmas for treating dyslexia.

Raab Announces Memorial Dedications at Black History Month Convocation
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Raab Announces Memorial Dedications at Black History Month Convocation

Dr. Christina Greer juxtaposed hope and skepticism during the 90-minute Zoom event.

Some NYC Students Need Their Naps
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Some NYC Students Need Their Naps

“It is so important for me to have short breaks, especially in the afternoon where a nap is beneficial and leaves me feeling refreshed,” says one student.

Mayor Bill de Blasio in conversation with professor Joseph P. Viteritti
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De Blasio Supports Free CUNY

Mayor hints at a potential gubernatorial run and announces support of a tuition-less CUNY during a recent visit to the Roosevelt House.