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Ms. Gina Bellafante

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Local Address: Brooklyn, New York, United States
The New York Times Company
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New York , New York 10018
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Company Description: The New York Times Company is a diversified media company, including newspapers, Internet businesses, a radio station, investments in paper mills and other...   more
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New York Times columnist cites Ascend's schools - Ascend Learning
www.ascendlearning.org, 20 Oct 2013 [cached]
Ginia Bellafante, a weekly columnist for The New York Times, today cited the work of Ascend's network of college-preparatory charter schools in New York City. Ms. Bellafante notes in her column that "the Ascend Network, which educates some of the poorest children in the city in central Brooklyn, manages the incredibly difficult feat of leasing space for all six of its buildings with just a little more than $200,000 in philanthropic money on top of what it receives from the city."
Charter schools have figured prominently in the New York City mayoral race, with the two leading candidates expressing sharply divergent views on issues relating to co-location, rent-free occupancy in district school facilities, and increasing the cap on the maximum number of charters that can be granted. To reflect the strength of and popular support for charter schools, an estimated 17,000 charter school supporters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on October 8.
In her column, Bellafante questioned the claims of charter advocates that the loss of free space in district school buildings would threaten the survival of charter schools in the city.
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In her column this week, "The Charter School Fight," Ginia Bellafante cites the six schools our network operates in privately leased space in Brooklyn as evidence that charter schools can afford to pay rent. Ending the current policy of co-locating charter schools in district buildings would not, by her logic, threaten the sector's existence.
'MARRIAGE' In The NEWS- October 2009: The REAL Proposal For Marriage magazine
www.therealproposal.com, 1 Oct 2009 [cached]
"It became a show that was completely suited to a multi-platform world," says Ginia Bellafante, TV critic at The New York Times.
AMERICAN FIESTA Review Quotes | Vineyard Theatre
www.vineyardtheatre.org, 30 Sept 2013 [cached]
- Gina Bellafante, The New York Times
"EXPERTLY DIRECTED BY MARK BROKAW"
Weddings Of Grace: Cornelia Recommends
www.weddingsofgrace.com, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
"Presumably the horrid economy will put an end to the showiness of destination weddings," stated Ginia Bellafante of the New York Times, "but apparently CBS Television isn't banking on such an organic demise. On Thursday, April 9th CBS begins its 13-episode run of "Harper's Island" and ends on July 2nd.
According to Ms. Bellafante, the show is a guilty-pleasure "mystery in which various wedding guests who have convened on a secluded island in the Pacific Northwest will be killed off each week until the murderer is revealed along with an encyclopedia full of betrayals."
Ascend Learning
www.ascendlearning.org, 11 Oct 2007 [cached]
Ascend's role in an ambitious neighborhood redevelopment project attracted the attention of Ginia Bellafante in a recent column in Th...
]]> Ascend's role in an ambitious neighborhood redevelopment project attracted the attention of Ginia Bellafante in a recent column in The New York Times. In an article published January 14, 2012, Bellafante describes efforts underway to refurbish the "fabled Loew's Pitkin Theater" at the heart of the Brownsville neighborhood.
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Bellafante specifically cites Ascend Learning's ambitious humanities curriculum: "One small middle school, part of the Ascend charter network, draws on the models of progressive education used in top private schools.
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Ginia Bellafante, a weekly columnist for The New York Times, today cited the work of Ascend's network of college-p...
]]> Ginia Bellafante, a weekly columnist for The New York Times, today cited the work of Ascend's network of college-preparatory charter schools in New York City. Ms. Bellafante notes in her column that "the Ascend Network, which educates some of the poorest children in the city in central Brooklyn, manages the incredibly difficult feat of leasing space for all six of its buildings with just a little more than $200,000 in philanthropic money on top of what it receives from the city."
Charter schools have figured prominently in the New York City mayoral race, with the two leading candidates expressing sharply divergent views on issues relating to co-location, rent-free occupancy in district school facilities, and increasing the cap on the maximum number of charters that can be granted. To reflect the strength of and popular support for charter schools, an estimated 17,000 charter school supporters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on October 8.
In her column, Bellafante questioned the claims of charter advocates that the loss of free space in district school buildings would threaten the survival of charter schools in the city.
...
In her column this week, "The Charter School Fight," Ginia Bellafante cites the six schools our network operates in privately leased space in Brooklyn as evidence that charter schools can afford to pay rent. Ending the current policy of co-locating charter schools in district buildings would not, by her logic, threaten the sector's existence.
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In the January 5, 2014, print edition of The New York Times, writer Ginia Bellafante focuses on Carmen Fariña, Mayor Bill d...
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In the January 5, 2014, print edition of The New York Times, writer Ginia Bellafante focuses on Carmen Fariña, Mayor Bill de Blasio's recent appointment as chancellor of New York City schools.
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Describing Fariña's support of "balanced literacy" and manifold approach to context-based learning, Bellafante cites Ascend Learning:
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