Op-Ed: Get A Jump-Start With Pre-K For All From Harlem To Hollis

BNYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

Our city’s Pre-K for all program offers our youngest learners an opportunity to develop their social skills, explore science, learn routines, and build their vocabulary. Continue Reading →

Spend MLK Day With Your Kids Coding For Equality Honoring The Women Of ‘Hidden Figures’

As the world celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr today, you too can do your part to honor equality for all by logging on to MadewithCode.com and completing a special coding activity with your kids! Continue Reading →

Affordable Housing, Tech Incubator To Be Built On City-Owned Land In Harlem

A city-owned vacant lot in Central Harlem has been selected for a development project that includes restaurant space, affordable housing units and space for a tech incubator. Continue Reading →

Report Says “East Harlem’s District 4 Is The Worst District For Middle Schoolers”

If you’re a parent in East or Central Harlem, your education options are slim — both neighborhoods house the worst districts for middle schools in the city, according to a new report released Thursday by StudentsFirstNY. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: A Path To College And Careers For All Children

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

Navigating the college process can be challenging for students and their families. As the first person in my family to go to college, I know how stressful this process can be. Continue Reading →

Hebrew Public Gets $4.9 M To Expand Into Harlem

World Religion News reports that Hebrew Public, a New York headquartered charter schools network, has received a grant of $4.9 million from the United States Department of Education. Continue Reading →

Harlem And Other NYC Youngsters’ Artwork Featured In 2017 Police Athletic League Calendar

Artwork by four Manhattan children, Ramfis Matos, Oumar Komara, Annette Bonsa, and Nicholas Spencer, is featured in the 2017 Police Athletic League (PAL) Calendar. Continue Reading →

FSCNY 2017 Scholarship Awards Program Applications Available Now

The Financial Service Centers of New York (FSCNY), in conjunction with MoneyGram International, today launched its 2017 Scholarship Awards Program. Continue Reading →

Columbia Challenges Vote By Graduate Students To Unionize

The battle over whether graduate students at universities can unionize entered a new phase on Friday, when Columbia University filed a challenge with the National Labor Relations Board over the recent vote by its graduate assistants to unionize. Continue Reading →

The Schomburg Center’s 5th Annual Black Comic Book Festival 2017 in Harlem

It’s baa-ack! Come celebrate the rich tradition of black comix in our 5th annual Black Comic Book Festival, which for the first time will be TWO days! Continue Reading →