Ex-Harlem Teacher, Twin Brother Had Students Break Down Bomb Materials For Alleged Terrorist Strike

NY Daily News reports that a former teacher and his twin brother kept more than 30 pounds of bomb-making materials in their Bronx home, along with a note suggesting they were planning to slaughter children, authorities said. Continue Reading →

Small Business Finance 102 Workshop At Columbia University In Harlem NY

In this workshop, participants will asses appropriate loan amounts, create a financing structure, decide on investors and collateralization. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Co-Located Schools Transformed Into Campus Communities

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

Students learn best when there is collaboration between teachers, school staff and families. Continue Reading →

A Case Remains Unsolved For Harlem’s Columbia University Professor Galindez

The book Professor Galindez: Disappearing from Earth: Governments, Complicity, and How a Kidnapping in the Midst of American Democracy Went Unsolved, states that: Continue Reading →

Chancellor Fariña Launches 12th Annual NYC Public School Survey From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the launch of the 12th annual NYC School Survey, available online and in print in 10 languages for students, parents and staff members to complete by March 23, 2018. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Building Strong Schools Through Community Engagement

By NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña

With over 50 years of experience as an educator, I know that it truly takes a village to deliver for students. In each school community, that village is made up of teachers, administrators, support staff, outside partners and of course, families. Continue Reading →

Panel Discusses Experience Of Men Of Color At Columbia University In Harlem

Columbia University reports that at a panel discussion on Monday, men of color from a variety of positions in the Columbia community discussed their experience on campus, highlighting the difficulties of attending a predominantly white institution. Continue Reading →

For Families From Harlem To Hollis Pre-K And 3-K Applications Open Today

Today, February 5, 2018, applications for free, full-day, high-quality 3-K for All and Pre-K for All seats will open for families. Continue Reading →

Harlem “Nonprofit Lied To Us About Our Daughter’s Death On Trip,” Say Suit

The NY Post reports that the nonprofit run by a city school teacher failed to immediately tell a Bronx family their teen had drowned on an “academic enrichment” trip to Africa, according to a lawsuit. Continue Reading →

Columbia Refuses To Create Graduate Student Union

Columbia University announced that it will not bargain with teaching and research assistants that formed a labor union. Continue Reading →

A New Study On The UN-Affordable Housing In Washington Heights / Inwood!

This brief represents part one of a two-part study the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute is undertaking on the state of affordable housing in the Washington Heights/Inwood sector of New York City, historically a predominantly Dominican neighborhood. Continue Reading →

National PR Day Parade Launches 2018 Scholarship Program

This year the program will award 100 scholarships valued at $2,000 each, for a total $200,000, to exceptional students of Puerto Rican descent that are making a difference in their communities. Continue Reading →

Parents Concerned After 8-Year-Old Wanders Away From East Harlem School

An 8-year-old boy was found after running away from his school. As CBS2’s Jessica Layton reported, he wandered away from P.S. 30 and was missing for at least half an hour. Continue Reading →

Join The 2018 Legislative Breakfast Uptown

The NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan Community Advisory Board will host its 2018 Legislative Breakfast on Thursday, February 1, at 9:30 AM. Continue Reading →

Join Post-Rikers Reentry Organization “Getting Out And Staying Out” (GOSO) In Harlem

GOSO is proud to announce the opening of a 2,200sf center that will serve as a home base for its robust TASC (GED) high school equivalency and vocational education programs. Continue Reading →

Touro Pharmacy Students From Harlem Visit United Nations

Students from Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) in New York City visited the United Nations recently as part of a special Global Health class taught at the Harlem campus. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Expanding Bilingual Programs For Our Youngest Learners From Harlem To Hollis

By Chancellor Carmen Fariña

When it comes to our children’s education, the sooner we start the better. An extra year of education can change the course of a young life. Continue Reading →

New Health Department Data Find Link Between Lack Of Sleep And Mental Health Problems

The Health Department today released new data on lack of sleep among New York City school children and public high school students. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Fariña Announces 33 New Pre-K Dual Language Programs From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the launch of 33 new pre-K Dual Language programs across the City this fall, more than doubling the number of existing programs from 30 to 63.

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Google To Launch IT Support Certificate Program To Prepare Thousands For Tech Jobs

Google has developed a first-of-its-kind IT Support Professional Certificate on Coursera  that will help more Americans get the training they need to enter the tech field. Continue Reading →