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At the end of the month, Rochester City School District officials are releasing a budget proposal. That happens every March, but the process is far from "business-as-usual" this time around.
The irrational number "Pi" is celebrated every March 14th (3/14) as a day to focus on math education here in Rochester and around the world.
Rochester City School Superintendent Jean-Claude Brizard released a report from an education consultant that is critical of district practices and teacher performance appraisal.
1370 Connection's Bob Smith takes a look at the issue in a series of special interviews.
Kitty Van Bortel presents a series of vignettes that highlight a few of the many remarkable women in American History.
WXXI's Bob Smith interviewed Rochester Teachers Association President Adam Urbanski on reform and his union's plans for city schools.
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WXXI News Director Julie Philipp interviews Monroe Community College President Anne Kress on Need to Know Rochester.
A major New York State union is going on the air with television ads to try to convince state lawmakers to continue a tax on the wealthy instead of adopting Governor Cuomo's billion and half dollars in school aid cuts.
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