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- 06/26/18--05:37: _Amid Scrutiny of Ja...
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- 07/05/18--10:16: Housing for NYC’s Most Vulnerable Under Scrutiny for ‘Screening’
In many agencies with headcounts into the tens of thousands, only a handful of people are dedicated to the task of complying with Freedom of Information Law requests.
It is clear that most students get on – or off – the track to go to a specialized high school long before they sit down to take the SHSAT in September of 8th grade. See how the middle schools rank.
'Low level' police interactions in historically overpoliced neighborhoods can escape scrutiny altogether, since they don't have to be reported.
It looks like the warehouse it once was. But the Queens Detention Facility, operated by the second largest private prison company in the world, currently houses approximately 210 detainees.
Justice-minded farmers are finding creative ways to surmount the barriers like the cost of seeds, changes in federal programs—and, of course, the occasional hailstorm.
As the city implements a new, federally mandated system for referring applicants to supportive housing, some advocates believe more must be done to stop housing providers from 'screening out' the hardest tenants to serve.