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Salary Boost for Pre-K Teachers Stiffs Colleagues Who Teach Younger Kids

Teachers of 4-year-olds will make thousands of dollars more than teachers of 3-year-olds.

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New Pre-K Seats Could Leave Many 4-Year-Olds Scrambling for Afternoon Care

The city wants 53,000 "full day" pre-K seats in September, but a six-hour day is hard on some families.

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East Harlem Group Works to Help Companies Buy and Hire Locally

The East Harlem Community Alliance consists of 60 East Harlem organizations.

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East Harlem Residents Worry New Speaker Will Forget Her District

Melissa Mark-Viverito says she's up to the task of handling both her district and the Speaker's role.

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Children's Museum, NYCHA Create East Harlem Early Learning Hub

Union Settlement's early learning center at Johnson Houses focuses on closing the child achievment gap.

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NYCHA Plan to Build Market-Rate Housing Leaves Harlem Residents Skeptical

NYCHA discussed plans to build market-rate housing at Washington Houses to raise money for repairs.

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East Harlem Leaders Reach Out to Wary Asian Residents After Muggings

Jason Commisso was charged in one of eight muggings targeting Asian residents.

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East Harlem Residents Say Crime is Their Top Concern

Union Settlement Association surveyed 1,000 residents.

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Hakeem Nicks' New Program Gives Kids Backpacks Filled with Healthy Foods

The initiative will provide backpacks full of healthy food for 150 kids to take home on weekends.

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East 104th Street Renamed Union Settlement Way

East 104th Street, between Second and Third avenues, is renamed Union Settlement Way in honor of the 116-year-old organization.

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Low-Income Parents Worry Cuts to Childcare Will Force Them Out of Work

Parents will have to find alternative arrangements for approximately 16,000 kids by September.

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East Harlem Non-Profit Collecting Blankets for the Elderly

East Harlem group wants to collect about 150 more blankets to give as Christmas gifts for home bound seniors citizens.

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