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East Harlem »

A city program to help the lowest-performing schools is starting to increase test scores and attendance.

East Harlem »

Ester Quinones brought in tennis, soccer and ballroom dancing to motivate students to come to class.

East Harlem »

Alexa Birdsong went to one meeting in 2014 and has missed every meeting in 2015, records show.

West Harlem »

Kinvolved connects teachers with parents and gives them timely data on tardiness and attendance.

Prospect Heights »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the mistake might be attributable to a "bureaucratic error."

Manhattan »

A host of celebrities and sports stars have teamed up with the city to give kids who frequently skip school wake-up calls.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Almost a quarter of New York City public school students stayed home on the first day of class Wednesday.