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November 20, 2011

SCHOOLS : NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

By Profesor Martin Danenberg "El Quijote del GED"
This is about Long Island, New York.
My plan for neighborhood and school improvement has gone out and the response has been good, but in my own community the picture is different. Schools that need improvement near my home are Central Islip High School, Charles A. Mulligan School, Ralph Reed School, Brentwood High School, East Middle School, Hemlock Elementary School, Laurel Park Elementary School, Loretta Park Elementary School, North Middle School, Northeast Middle School, South Middle School, and West Middle School. Of course there were schools that are in better school districts on the list, too. Particularly alarming are Amityville's Edmund W. Miles Middle School, Brentwood High School, West Middle School, Central Islip High School, Charles A. Mulligan School, Ralph Reed School, Martin Luther King Elementary School, and Milton L. Olive Middle School in Suffolk. Those schools got a category 3 for all student groups falling short.

Amityville, Bay Shore, Huntington, Riverhead, South Huntington, William Floyd, and Wyandanch are districts that I have written about or heard about over the years (negative things) and they have schools that need improvement.
In Nassau County, Baldwin, Freeport, Hempstead, Roosevelt, and Uniondale are some of the districts that have schools that need improvement. Particularly alarming were Alverta B. Gray Schultz Middle School, Franklin School, Hempstead High School, Roosevelt Middle School, Roosevelt High School, and Washington Rose School. Those schools got a category 3 for all student groups falling short.


Profesor Martin Danenberg November 20, 2011 09:32 AM