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Education reporter @NY1. I like eating (almost anything) and reading (mostly fiction). When I am serious, I am very, very serious. But often, I am not.

Driver Says Taxicab-Leasing Company Hasn't Paid for Any Rides Charged to Credit Card in Weeks

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Driver Says Taxicab-Leasing Company Hasn't Paid for Any Rides Charged to Credit Card in Weeks Play now A driver says a taxicab-leasing company in Queens hasn't paid him for any rides charged to a credit card in weeks, and the city is now investigating.

Research Firm Shares Latest Results of Study on Small High Schools

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Research Firm Shares Latest Results of Study on Small High Schools Play now Since 2010, an independent research firm has been studying one of the city's biggest, and most controversial, education reforms: the creation of hundreds of small high schools.

Union Calls on DOE to Support Employee Shot in Crossfire

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Union Calls on DOE to Support Employee Shot in Crossfire Play now Union officials say the Department of Education isn't doing enough to stand behind a parent coordinator caught in the crossfire as she was leaving a Brooklyn school.NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.

Formal Partnership Gets Three Schools That Share Building to Work Together

ny1.com — Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña has been focused on getting schools across the city to work together, but in the case of three schools, they don't have to travel far to collaborate, as it took a formal partnership to get schools that share a building to work together.

Meeting to Address Reports of School Safety Officers Rushing Students Out of Neighborhoods

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Meeting to Address Reports of School Safety Officers Rushing Students Out of Neighborhoods Play now There's a town hall meeting Friday at a high school in Park Slope to discuss reports of police officers demanding students leave the neighborhood when school gets out, but it's not just happening in Park Slope.

New Administration to Do Away With Letter Grades for Schools

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: New Administration to Do Away With Letter Grades for Schools Play now City schools will continue to get annual report cards under the new administration, but they will no longer be getting a final grade. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.

Supercomputer Being Groomed for Use by Teachers

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Supercomputer Being Groomed for Use by Teachers Play now The supercomputer Watson, known for beating humans in Jeopardy, is evolving: first into a tool for doctors treating cancer and now, programmers hope, into a guide for teachers. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.

DOE Doesn't Keep Track of Guidance Counselor to Student Ratio

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: DOE Doesn't Keep Track of Guidance Counselor to Student Ratio Play now The schools chancellor says one of her priorities is increasing the number of guidance counselors in city schools, but it turns out, the Department of Education doesn't know which schools have an abundance of guidance counselors and which schools have none at all.

Ellis Island Hospital Set to Open to Public

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Ellis Island Hospital Set to Open to Public Play now The Ellis Island Hospital has not admitted a patient in more than 60 years, and it's never been open to the public, until now. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.

Despite School Rules, Cell Phones Often Matter of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

ny1.com — By: Lindsey Christ Text size: + - TWC News: Despite School Rules, Cell Phones Often Matter of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Play now As Mayor Bill de Blasio focused on rolling out universal pre-kindergarten, he's put some of his other education promises on the back-burner, even when it's an issue that hits home.
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Oct 19, 2014

Yesterday shot a story on Storm King Art Center. It's open until early December (and it's amazing). pic.twitter.com/Z5nfRfXRz5

Oct 17, 2014

RT @anniekarni: Recchia closing statement: "in addition to that, he threatened to throw a reporter off a balcony." #ny11

Oct 17, 2014

RT @breakingweather: Rapidly approaching Bermuda, #Gonzalo is on track to threaten lives and property: ow.ly/CVjJQ

Oct 17, 2014

Really nervous about my mom - alone at home in Bermuda today as Hurricane Gonzalo hits, with my dad back in States for back surgery.

Oct 17, 2014

"..like pretending to have coffee or using the banana as a phone. That is the stuff from which language is made.” nyti.ms/1yIE1jW

Oct 17, 2014

RT @paultough: "The total number of words had no correlation with future ability." Moving beyond the "word gap": nyti.ms/1yIE1jW

Oct 17, 2014

RT @markkrotov: 23. That you don't call them paper books. MT @BuzzFeed: 22 Things Everyone Who Loves Paper Books Understands bzfd.it/1rgtDXZ

Oct 16, 2014

@JMartinezNYC @wilcruz365 touché! However today shooter arrived with broken tripod, and I ended up fixing it when we left school, so...

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