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University Heights »

Bronx High School Struggles To Overcome Record of Most Student Arrests

Dewitt Clinton High School in The Bronx had the most arrests of students in the city, data shows.

Red Hook »

18 Things to Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

Enjoy wage-gap drinking, "Jurassic Park" in the park and raw chocolate-bar making this week.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Has Strong Job Growth But High Unemployment, Study Shows

While Washington Heights and Inwood have seen an influx of new jobs, not all residents have benefited.

Upper West Side »

PODCAST: Advocating for Schools After Overcrowding Hits Home

Joe Fiordaliso says he listens to parents' concerns and pushes for change as a local education leader.

East Harlem »

Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Launches Young Women's Initiative

The program is modeled after former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Young Men's Initiative.

Chelsea »

Kids Coach and Teachers Play in Chelsea High School Softball League

The role reversal helps build self-esteem and teach responsibility at Landmark High School.

Brooklyn Heights »

DOE Cuts 25 Kindergarten Seats at Brooklyn Heights School

Parents fear the loss of a kindergarten class will result in a waitlist at the popular P.S. 8.

Williamsburg »

De Blasio Continues Push to Make Mayoral School Control Permanent

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for a renewal of mayoral educational control for three years.

Fort George »

Improving Schools, Tech Investment Outlined in Uptown State of the District

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez presented his vision for a new mixed-use development in Inwood.

Bed-Stuy »

Nonprofit Finds Permanent Home to Connect Generations in Brooklyn

Bailey's Cafe will provide after-school, arts and community-service programs for the youth and elderly.

Fort Greene »

2 Men Try to Abduct 10-Year-Old Girl Near Fort Greene School, Police Say

The men asked the girl to get into their vehicle near P.S. 20, the NYPD said.

Hamilton Heights »

Harlem School of the Arts President to Step Down in June

Yvette Campbell, who has been president since 2011, is taking a new job in the United Arab Emirates.

Fort Greene »

Human Chains at City Schools to Form to Protest Cuomo's Teacher Evaluations

Students, teachers and parents will form human chains around their school buildings on March 12.

New York City »

Here's Why Homework Isn't Necessary for Grammar School Kids... Sometimes

Research waffles about whether or not homework is good for young kids. Here are some key takeaways.

Upper West Side »

Manhattan Country School Moving to UWS as Mannes College Heads Downtown

Manhattan Country School's new West 85th Street space is nearly twice as large as its UES home.