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She was caught up in what lawyers and others who represent families say is a troubling and longstanding phenomenon: the power of Children's Services to take children from their parents on the grounds that the child's safety is at risk, even with scant.
Yoselyn Ortega, a nanny, is accused of fatally stabbing two children , ages 6 and 2, in 2012. Credit John Marshall Mantel for The New York Times. A nanny accused of stabbing two children under her care in a Manhattan apartment confessed to the murders.
Since it was enacted under President Barack Obama, about 800,000 immigrants who were children when they arrived in the U.S. illegally have received protections from the program. They include stay of deportation and the ability to legally work and go to .
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If you've sent a child off to college, or a job, in New York City , your first impulse might be to sob, sniff their pillow, and turn that vacant kiddie bedroom into a shrine. But consider the upside: you now have access to insider knowledge of NYC , via.
Caitlin Roper, special projects editor at The New York Times Magazine, and Aaron Retica, a senior staff editor in Opinion, were the special guests leading the lesson at P.S. 92 in Corona, Queens — a school where most students are Latino and from low.
There were 100,000 homeless students in New York City public schools during the 2015-16 school year, a number equal to the population of Albany. The daunting challenges that creates, both for individual children struggling to learn and for schools.