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Highest-Paid Public School Officials, Part 1

Information was obtained from school districts in Monroe County using the Freedom of information Act and from other sources; ranked by current salary.

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Highest-Paid Public School Officials, Part 2

Information was obtained from school districts in Monroe County using the Freedom of Information Act and from other sources; ranked by current salary.

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Students climb at colleges

Enrollment is up at nearly every local four-year college and university, with some reaching historic highs for both incoming freshmen and total enrollment.   But just as importantly, the colleges have been able to supplement the sinking number of students ...

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St. John Fisher honored among fastest-growing campuses

St. John Fisher College has been recognized as one of the nation’s fastest-growing campuses by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Fisher was ranked No. 11 in the top 20 fastest-growing private non-profit research institutions in the nation.

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RIT ranks No. 3 among preferred colleges for aerospace, defense

Rochester Institute of Technology ranks third among schools that companies prefer when recruiting and hiring for the aerospace and defense industries, the annual workforce study by Aviation Week found.

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Warner School lands $2.2 million grant

The University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education has been awarded a $2.2 million grant that will allow it to help school districts implement new national standards and improve mathematics instruction.

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Empire State College, Brighton agree on site

The town of Brighton has signed an agreement with SUNY Empire State College to allow the academic institution to build its $11 million learning center on Westfall Road.

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FAST START: Back to school

It’s that time of year-time to go back to school. Even if you have enough degrees for one lifetime, there are other ways to dust out the cobwebs in your brain. For starters, check out the continuing education offerings in ...

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Vargas aides bring great management skills to city schools

News of two recent appointments has me feeling optimistic about the Rochester city schools.  I’m talking about the announcement that William Ansbrow, budget director for the city of Rochester, and Patricia Malgieri, former Rochester deputy mayor and president of Hillside ...

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Q4: Richard DeMartino, director, the Simone Center for Student Innovation

Q: This month BestCollegesOnline.com ranked Rochester Institute of Technology’s student business incubator No. 1 in the nation. What does this ranking mean to RIT and the Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship? A: The ranking is recognition of RIT’s ...

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