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Washington Heights »

Many Uptown Parents Still Don't Know About School De-Zoning Plan

Many Spanish-speaking parents do not know about a controversial de-zoning plan.

East Harlem »

Dozens of Sixth-Graders to Receive Free Computers and Digital Training

Nearly 100 students from P.S. 171-Patrick Henry School will receive free computers on Saturday.

Yorkville »

Name Suggests UES Kindergarten Nurtures Revolutionaries, Neighbor Says

A member of Community Board 8 says the 'East Side School for Social Action' sounds reactionary.

Bedford Park »

Bronx Program Trains Next Generation of Women Scientists

The Lehman College program for high school students aims to engage young women in fields of science.

Greenpoint »

Group Pushing for Brooklyn's First Science-Art Museum

The non-profit Town Square is rallying the community to create a local museum.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn's P.S. 124 Still Waiting on Renovations to Crumbling Bathrooms

P.S. 124 won $150,000 for bathroom upgrades in April, but has yet to hear when the project will begin.

East Elmhurst »

Rezoning Plan Could Force Queens Students to Cross Six-Lane Road

The plan would force some students in East Elmhurst to cross busy Northern Boulevard.

Midtown East »

High School of Art and Design Kicks Off School Year in New Building

The new facility gives the school space for two galleries to exhibit student work.

Claremont »

Icahn Charter Network Expands in The Bronx with New School

Icahn 6 opened on Monday. The charter schools are high-performing and in great demand.

Astoria »

Astoria Schools Welcome Students Back

Students in Astoria headed back to school Thursday morning.

East Village »

Village Voice Leaving Cooper Sq. as Grace Church School Moves in

Grace Church School will open its new campus in Cooper Square this September.

Williamsburg »

Mario Batali Designs Recipes for Food Bank Education

Families around the city are looking affordable healthy recipes designed by Mario Batali.

Battery Park City »

Cheating Prevalent at High-Pressure Stuyvesant High School, Students Say

More than 70 percent of Stuyvesant students have copied homework, a student survey found.

Bushwick »

Stop-and-Frisks a 'Necessary Evil,' Police Official Tells Bushwick Locals

Locals need to "be more specific" with descriptions of criminals or "almost everybody's being stopped."

Williamsburg »

Occupy Wall Street Summer Camp Brings Activism to Out-of-School Youth

OWS activists are starting the Paul Robeson Freedom School, an 8-week summer program, on Maujer Street.