Paterson Press: Paterson mayor travels to New Mexico for education conference

BY Joe Malinconico August 16, 2021   Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh spent most of last week at an education conference in New Mexico, an event that featured expert panels on teacher evaluations, recruitment, diversity and compensation. Sayegh was the only mayor and only official from New Jersey invited to attend the three-day conference, sponsored by

Tap Into Paterson: Sayegh Tapped for Participation in Prestigious Education Policy Fellowship

By STEVE LENOX August 6, 2021    PATERSON, NJ –  Mayor Andre Sayegh is hoping his efforts to improve educational outcomes in the City of Paterson will get a boost following his selection as a Hunt-Kean Leadership Fellow, an initiative of The Hunt Institute founded in 2001 by former North Carolina Governor Jim Hunt. Launched

Local leaders’ years of work culminates in newest home for Pillar College in Paterson

By MARK RENFREE PATERSON, NJ – It’s Pillar time in the Silk City as the Christian college opens its newest location in the renovated Beaux-Arts building. The downtown seat of the school’s operations in Paterson marks a new era for not only the college and its students, but the building as well. Built in 1814

Paterson Family Center Continues Quality Education for City Youngest Students

By KIMBERLY REDMOND PATERSON, NJ – Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Paterson Family Center remains committed to doing whatever it can to provide a quality pre-school education to children from the city and support working parents. Like every other school across New Jersey, the public health emergency has forced PFC to change how it

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