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Park Slope »

Park Slope Teen Pushes for Traffic Safety After 3 Classmates Killed by Cars

Former M.S. 51 student Alison Collard de Beaufort wants kids to get involved in pedestrian safety.

Fort Greene »

DOE Glossed Over Warning Signs About Teacher Accused of Sex Scandal

Sean Shaynak was arrested for sexually victimizing seven teenage girls over the course of five years.

Flushing »

Brooklyn Tech Student and Family Killed in Murder-Suicide Mourned

A service was held for Brian Lee, Lee Sung and Lee Joon at the Central Funeral Home Monday night.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Tech Teacher Accused of Sending Lewd Snapchat Photo to Student

Sean Shaynak, 44, was charged with sending the photo on June 27, the first day of summer break. 

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Tech Football Standout Scores Prestigious Scholarship to NYU

Brooklyn Tech football captain Benjamin Haye earned a full scholarship to NYU's Stern School of Business.

Fort Greene »

Police Shoot Man After He Lunges at Woman with Scissors

A man was shot by police at 48 Fort Greene Place, across from Brooklyn Technical High School.

New York City »

Officials Fear Some Damaged Schools May Stay Closed for Rest of Year

As staff and students prepare for Monday, many schools are without power or are hosting evacuees.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

City's Education Panel Votes to Close Washington Irving

The century-old Washington Irving High School was among 23 schools the panel has now voted to close.

Manhattan »

Anthony Weiner Scheduled to Share Wisdom at High School Graduation

Weiner is currently scheduled to give a graduation speech at Brooklyn Tech High School on June 27.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Twin Brothers Sentenced to Prison for Defrauding Investors in Ponzi Scheme

Makara and Tsele Nkhereanye defrauded investors out of $2 million and received more than 3 years in prison.

Manhattan »

Girls Outnumber Boys in City's Kindergarten Gifted Programs

Fifty-six percent of kindergarteners in the city's gifted programs are girls, leading some to question the admissions test.