Superintendent Kriner Cash

First day of Buffalo Public Schools
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About 33,500 students headed back to class Friday at Buffalo Public Schools, the state’s largest school district outside of New York City.


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The Buffalo Board of Education addressed a packed agenda at its last regular meeting of the school year on Wednesday.

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Buffalo Public School officials and local elected leaders cut the ribbon on the District's newest Community School on Thursday.

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Buffalo schools are expanding the programs for kids who don't succeed in traditional classrooms.


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Carefully avoiding saying the words "Donald Trump," education activists Tuesday night said they are standing up for all children, no matter their race, origin, gender or national origin. The event was at Lafayette High School, where leaders reaffirmed safety, acceptance and diversity.

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It's done. It may have taken more than 12 years, but a teacher contract is finally in place in the Buffalo Public School system. However, Park District School Board Member Carl Paladino is threatening to go to court over being shut down when he wanted answers to questions during a board meeting.


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They are part of Buffalo Public Schools' community schools program: parent centers, aimed at helping both parents and students, will be featured when the new school year opens in September.

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Buffalo Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash was able to bring together the entire Board of Education at last night's meeting. The board unanimously approved his first-year evaluation and a contract extension.