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The Clinton Hill School - P.S. 20, Brooklyn, NY

The French Dual Language program started in 2013 and serves Kindergarten through 5th Grade students. There is no Pre-K class at this time. There is one class per Grade. Classes are taught in both…Continue

Started Mar 18

Dr. Ronald Mcnair School - P.S. 05, Brooklyn, NY

The School Quality Snapshot provides families with a summary of each school. The data captures the school’s learning environment and student performance. Snapshots from the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018…Continue

Started Mar 17

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2019 Albertine Prize

The 2019 Albertine Prize, one of the only literary awards in the United States whose winner is selected by the reading public rather than a judging panel, today unveiled its nominee list of five works of fiction in French, translated into English and published in the U.S. over the past year. As of today, U.S. readers nationwide can…See More
Apr 10
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2019 Albertine Prize

The 2019 Albertine Prize, one of the only literary awards in the United States whose winner is selected by the reading public rather than a judging panel, today unveiled its nominee list of five works of fiction in French, translated into English and published in the U.S. over the past year. As of today, U.S. readers nationwide can…See More
Apr 10
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Je suis une jeune francaise de 23 ans et je viens d'arriver a NY pour effectuer un stage. I am a french girl, I am 23 and i have just arrived a few days ago in NY for an internship.

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2019 Albertine Prize

The 2019 Albertine Prize, one of the only literary awards in the United States whose winner is selected by the reading public rather than a judging panel, today unveiled its nominee list of five works of fiction in French, translated into English and published in the U.S. over the past year. As of today, U.S. readers nationwide can…

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