The state attorney general is reviewing possible bid rigging of a dormitory project as part of a look at contracting issues regarding SUNY Polytechnic Institute, a person familiar with the investigation said Wednesday.
College of Saint Rose officials did not present compelling evidence or sufficiently involve faculty input prior to their December decision to lay off nearly two dozen tenured faculty and eliminate over 25 academic programs, according to a report released Wednesday.
The city of Schenectady and the University at Albany’s Center for Technology in Government have been accepted into the MetroLab Network, a group of public-private partnerships focused on bringing data to local governments.
A smattering of Skidmore students called on school officials today to boost mental health services by adding counselors, expanding a 24-7 hot line and providing walk-in support for students in “crisis situations.”
By JULIET EILPERIN/The Washington Post
May 2, 2016
Malia has not decided what she will do during her year off, according to someone familiar with the process who asked for anonymity to discuss the private decision. "She has yet to even graduate [from high school], so she's going to take time to think about her opportunities," the individual said.
When Providence Ryan was a biology student at Schenectady High School, she learned how to be a teacher. With the guidance of biology teacher Annie Chien, she was often called on to lead the class through daily assignments — all of the students were.
The Schuylerville Elementary School has been designated a “Green Ribbon School” by the U.S. Department of Education, the only school in New York state to receive the award for environmental education and operations this year.
Jonathan Beller, head of the new drama concentration within the liberal arts degree program at Schenectady County Community College, wrote and is directing a new SCCC Student Theatre Ensemble production called “Alienation.”
A handful of parents and activists opposed to the state’s annual assessments are looking to win seats on their local school boards — a further maturation of the opt-out movement that exploded to life last year.