The Partnership for Educational Justice launched a new social media campaign in January 2015 intended to highlight issues they see in New York’s “failed” teacher tenure process and policies. The campaign is disseminating stories of failed teaching practices and the lack of consequences implemented from those practices. It is being […]

March 4, 2014 Parents, students and lawmakers are demanding equal funding for New York’s charter schools, sounding off against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plans to charge rent, and recent revocation of co-locations for three city charters. Proponents of charter schools are enthusiastic over Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s program […]

The sixth season of Faculty Poets Present began Monday, Sept. 13 with readings by SUNY New Paltz professors Howie Good and Larry Carr. Students and teachers alike filled the seats of the Honors Center in SUNY New Paltz’s College Hall to experience the work of these accomplished professors and poets. […]

It is easy to drown in the sea of digital media content. For anyone looking for senseless entertainment, we have the ever popular YouTube. For information-savvy minds, we have TED.com. TED, short for Technology, Entertainment and Design, is owned by a private nonprofit organization called The Sapling Foundation. Founded in […]