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Congregation B’nai Israel of Staten Island installed new windows, paid for by a federal grant.

‘Jewish Earmark’ Anti-Terror Program Sees Cuts After Investigative Report

Crime, Politics February 29, 2012 at 2:13 pm

After an article by the Jewish Daily Forward exposed a federal program that helps non-profits prepare for terror attacks as a “Jewish earmark,” the grant program faces deep cuts and changes to its procedures.

Over 100 parents and students turned out at a rally in support of the Shuang Wen school's former principal in February. (Photo by Patrick Hedlund/DNAinfo)

Bilingual School Defies DOE For Ousted Principal

Education, Featured Posts, Manhattan February 21, 2012 at 3:03 pm

More than 100 parents and students gathered in front of the Shuang Wen School in the Lower East Side Friday morning, to express their refusal to remove posters dedicated to the school’s beloved former principal, Ling Ling Chou. Chou was ousted amidst an investigation into financial impropriety.

Student cyber-scammers get light sentences

Student cyber-scammers get light sentences

Featured Posts, Immigration, New York, Opinion November 9, 2011 at 3:50 pm

Light sentences for scammers blamed for $3m bank fraud raise questions about law enforcement and the J-1 visa program.