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Seaford Schools Superintendent Dr. Adele Pecora may be from Massapequa, but she projects Seaford Pride. A thoroughgoing professional with nearly 30 years of experience, she has only the highest praise for the district and the community and communicates a determination to do well by both. more
Part three in a series. The New York State Education Department launched a new statewide curriculum in May intended to root out implicit bias and racism in all its forms in the schools while affirming students’ “racial, linguistic and cultural identities.” more
The candidates for Hempstead town supervisor brought their campaign messages to the debate stage on Oct. 10 at Molloy College in Rockville Centre. more
When Erin King Sweeney announced last month that she would not seek re-election to a second four-year term on Hempstead’s Town Board, it was as if the bottom had dropped out of the 5th … more
Seeking his third, two-year term as a Nassau County Legislator, incumbent Steve Rhoads will face first-time candidate Jill Levine in the race for the 19th Legislative District, which spans from Freeport to Seaford. more
The Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway Shared Use Path, a path for walkers, runners and bicyclists that extends east of Jones Beach, is expected to get a 10-mile, $16.2 million extension by 2021, … more
Twelve years ago, Nick Coacci sat in the middle of the Seaford Middle School band, bass clarinet at the ready, waiting expectantly for the conductor’s down beat. These days, it’s the fresh-faced … more
With the increased popularity of third-party vendors like Amazon and Audible, large publishing companies have started to alter their eBook licensing models to limit public libraries’ access to the … more
Election Day is a little less than four weeks away, but thanks to a series of reforms passed by the State Legislature in January, Nassau County residents can vote during a nine-day period before Nov. … more
Ninety-two percent of Long Island public-school teachers are white. In nearly two-thirds of Long Island schools, there are no black teachers. In more than two-fifths of them, there are no Latino teachers. And most children grow up in segregated communities that divide along school district lines. more
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