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September 27, 2012 It should be no big secret that the Miser is a huge fan of Governors Island; more than a few recent columns have pointed readers there. But to be fair, it's not the city's only culturally rich island park. Before winter's bluster
The periodic table of the elements was uppermost in mind for Mary Cain Wednesday afternoon. She plowed through her Regents Chemistry exam at Bronxville High School in Westchester, and then got on a plane and flew west later that night, her focus
Marcus Dickson of White River High School in Buckley ran a personal best and finished fourth Saturday in the 14-runner field at the Jim Ryun Dream Mile. Dickson, a graduating senior who will run for Brigham Young University next school year, finished
Jones junior Levonte "Kermit" Whitfield, still undefeated for the season in the 100-meter dash, scored an upset victory in Saturday's Dream 100 at the adidas Grand Prix track and field meet in New York City. Whitfield, the two-time Florida Class 2A
Anthony Lanzilote for Daily News Cardozo's Alexis Panisse (second from l.) gets to gauge her skills against some of the nation's most competitive athletes, running in Dream Mile during the Adias NYC Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium on Saturday.
About 2,500 school children are taking part today in the Mighty Milers Run at Icahn Stadium on Randall's Island, as part of celebrations for National Running Day...Olympic competitor Desiree Davila is among those coaching the young athletes at the
NY1 Parenting Correspondent Shelley Goldberg recommends some places to go with parenting news you can use: Picnic for the Planet!
Ryon Jones, Gleaner Writer Reigning World 100 metres champion and the number one-ranked runner over the distance, Yohan Blake, believes that unlike last year when he went into the Daegu World Championships having only an outside chance at topping the
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In light of growing concerns about failing schools and increased accountability, the U.S. Department of Education's Charter Schools Program (CSP) sought to increase national understanding of the charter school model and expand the number of high-