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Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens to Host Rally for City Council to Restore Elementary School Funding

The Boys and Girls Club of Metro Queens (BGCMQ) will be hosting a rally on Wednesday, June 10 at 6pm at the Club’s headquarters: 110-04 Atlantic Ave in Jamaica, NY.

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Op Ed: Why Wyandanch Schools Aren’t Rising Fast Enough

If Wyandanch is truly to rise, there needs to be a dramatic turnaround in the help being offered to local schools that are suffering from the neglect of its local and state governments.

City & State: Cuomo to Cuba, Gotham’s Cuba Trade Dinner

Gotham Government Relations & Communications and Latin American trade attorney Antonio C. Martinez II. Esq were featured in the April 13 lead story in City and State Magazine on Cuba,

Advocate for Developmentally Disabled Children Lashes out at NYC DOE

Brad Gerstman, a well-known and well respected advocate and attorney for developmentally disabled children, lashed out today at the sexual abuse of a 14 year old mentally ill boy at the hands of a paraprofessional hired by the NYC Department of education

Is the U.S. Prepared for a Growing Population of Adults With Autism?

Autism is on the rise: More than 1.5 million people have the condition in the United States alone. But because the majority of these people are younger than 22, the country is on the verge of an “autism tsunami” that could leave thousands without the support they need as they become adults

Colorado Supreme Court to Hear School Voucher Case – Legal Analysis with David Schwartz

Colorado Supreme Court to hear school voucher case. Legal analysis with attorney David Schwartz, partner at Gerstman Schwartz & Malito on Fox News