Chancellor Fariña Announces Middle Schools Will Join College Excess For All In 2018

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced that College Access for All will add eleven middle school districts – 193 middle schools – for the 2017-18 school year. Continue Reading →

Op-ed: Creating Environments For Success From Harlem To Hollis

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

School buildings are more than just structures made up of hallways and rooms, they are hubs for communities; and students and educators across New York City consider them a second home. Continue Reading →

Check Out How This Harlem Ballet Dancer Is Funding His Tuition

BET reports that for high school seniors, the final semester of secondary education can at once be the most nerve-wracking and liberating time in their young lives. Continue Reading →

SW Regional Golf Association Scholarship Deadline 2017

The Southwest Regional Golf Association (SWRGA) announces it’s 2017 Scholarship Application and urges students to apply. Continue Reading →

Preserving The Social Fabric Of A Community: The Harlem Experience

By Peter Feinman

The different approaches to local and state history championed by Representative Tonko versus Governor Cuomo manifested itself in some recent blogs on New York History Blog and the Adirondack Alamanack. Continue Reading →

“Succeeding…Taught Me How Much Potential I Have” At TouroCOM Harlem

Corey Ballaera of Bergen County, NJ, studied physics for his undergraduate degree in the College of New Jersey. Continue Reading →

Longtime Principals Union President From Harlem Ernest Logan Retires

This summer, New York City will lose a well-known fixture on the education scene. In the midst of his fourth three-year term as president of the city’s principals union, Ernest Logan announced he will retire from the role effective August 1, 2017. Continue Reading →

Behold The Literary And Visual Genius Of Harlem Students!

Total Equity Now encourages you to behold, be inspired by, and celebrate the literary and visual genius of Harlem’s young people. Continue Reading →

Harlem Students Receive O’Melveny Scholarships In NYC

Last week three impressive Harlem students, who were recently awarded O’Melveny Scholarships at the 15th Annual New York Scholarship Awards ceremony, which took place on May 22, 2017. Continue Reading →

Rev Malika Lee Whitney, Significant Elders Of Harlem, And Others At The Apollo Theater

The Apollo Theater Education Program in partnership with the Harriet Tubman Learning Center C.S. 154 in Harlem celebrated members of The Significant Elders of Harlem for their 10 year contribution to the Apollo Theater Oral History Project.  Continue Reading →