Students in third through eighth grades are stuck with the annual state tests they have for at least the next two years after state officials announced Monday they don’t plan to make any more changes until 2019.
A group of University at Albany professors gave advice to an overflow crowd of students who packed a classroom on campus Thursday night to continue the process of digesting and making sense of the election of Donald Trump as president.
Fifty tattered American flags, part of Mel Ziegler’s “A More Perfect Union” exhibit, hung above hundreds of chattering Skidmore students gathered at the Tang Teaching Museum on Skidmore College’s campus election night.
On Saturday, in a field off Sacandaga Road in Galway, dozens of 2-liter soda bottles were achieving every 2-liter soda bottle’s dream: to be repurposed as a rocket and launched hundreds of feet through the air in the name of science.
School leaders are increasingly voicing concerns over unanswered questions about whether higher pass scores will be required on a pair of Regents exams starting for the class of students now in seventh grade.