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By Vickie MollerDecember 18, 2013
The State Education Department announced yesterday that it is taking action to improve implementation of the Common Core Standards.
By Wendy LDecember 18, 2013
Long Island teacher gets five years probation, loses his teaching license and must register as a sex offender for 20 years for secretly recording students in the school locker room.
By Lyndsay McCabeDecember 14, 2013
The SAVE Hotline allows schools to have a one-touch system to dial the Suffolk County Police 911 center supervisor in order to save time if an emergency were to occur.
By Vickie MollerDecember 11, 2013
Legislator Sarah Anker has introduced a resolution to make affordable, quality housing available to young adults to stem "brain drain" on Long Island.
By Christian AbbatecolaDecember 10, 2013
Re-registration for a tax break which saves the average homeowner $700 a year will end on December 31st.
By Wendy LNovember 28, 2013
The highly contagious respiratory illness, Pertussis, hit Northport High School. The Suffolk County Department of Health confirmed the case and issued a notice on what symptoms to look for and what to do if you've been infected.
By Vickie MollerNovember 25, 2013
Registration is now open to the general public for the second annual Long Island Natural History Conference to be held Friday, Dec. 6 at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Sachem Student Arrested for Hacking School Database and Distributing Student Records on Local Gossip Site
By Lyndsay McCabeNovember 23, 2013
Matthew Calicchio, 17, a Sachem North student, was arrested Friday for illegally accessing and distributing students' personal records online.
By Vickie MollerNovember 21, 2013
Education on Long Island hits the road--once again.
By Vickie MollerNovember 19, 2013
Sen. LaValle has requested comments and questions from school superintendents for the upcoming Nov. 26 Common Core discussion forum.
By Lyndsay McCabeNovember 16, 2013
After the Greenport School District superintendent retires in the spring, Southold Superintendent David Gamberg will step up to the helm of both districts in order to cut back on costs and encourage sharing resources.
By Vickie MollerNovember 15, 2013
State Education Commissioner John B. King Jr. Wednesday defended Common Core state standards at Mineola High School.
By Joe RandazzoNovember 13, 2013
More than 1,500 parents and educators filled Ward Melville High School for a forum on Common Core testing.
By Vickie MollerNovember 13, 2013
Hofstra University Social Studies Educator Alan Singer says there is a serious flaw in Common Core.
By Wendy LNovember 07, 2013
A Long Island school teacher's reputation was tarnished following accusations that he watched pornography from his office in school. Charges have now been dismissed.
By Cait RussellNovember 07, 2013
For the second time in two weeks, a Long Island teen has been arrested for making Terroristic Threats.
By Vickie MollerOctober 25, 2013
State Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. Wednesday announced the grant recipients for two programs that support educators throughout the state: the round two of the Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness (STLE) Grand Program and funding for ...
By Lyndsay McCabeOctober 24, 2013
Thomas Sheppard has pleaded guilty to all charges after he was found to have planted his cellphone in a girl's locker room and filmed seven girls while they changed their clothes.
By Lyndsay McCabeOctober 23, 2013
A 10-year-old student at Northern Parkway School released pepper spray in a basement hallway, injuring 24 people including himself.
Christian Abbatecola is a freelance writer currently contributing to LongIsland.com and Best Buy Mobile Magazine. A life-long techie, his primary focus ...
Vickie Moller is a professional freelance writer and a regular contributor to LongIsland.com. Her focus is on Long Island’s schools and ...
Lyndsay McCabe is a freelance writer and regular contributor to LongIsland.com's News Section. She is a Long Island native who graduated ...
Wendy Lau is a native New Yorker. She currently covers the Hot Spots & Night Life section's "Weekly Watch" and "Weekend ...
Eric Anderson is a freelance journalist from Babylon, NY. A native Long Islander, Eric graduated from the State University of New ...
Lauren Pozmanter is a student at Quinnipiac University, and interned at LongIsland.com in the Summer of 2012. She is currently working ...
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