Many Spanish-speaking parents do not know about a controversial de-zoning plan.
Nearly 100 students from P.S. 171-Patrick Henry School will receive free computers on Saturday.
A member of Community Board 8 says the 'East Side School for Social Action' sounds reactionary.
The Lehman College program for high school students aims to engage young women in fields of science.
The non-profit Town Square is rallying the community to create a local museum.
P.S. 124 won $150,000 for bathroom upgrades in April, but has yet to hear when the project will begin.
The plan would force some students in East Elmhurst to cross busy Northern Boulevard.
The new facility gives the school space for two galleries to exhibit student work.
Icahn 6 opened on Monday. The charter schools are high-performing and in great demand.
Students in Astoria headed back to school Thursday morning.
Grace Church School will open its new campus in Cooper Square this September.
Families around the city are looking affordable healthy recipes designed by Mario Batali.
More than 70 percent of Stuyvesant students have copied homework, a student survey found.
Locals need to "be more specific" with descriptions of criminals or "almost everybody's being stopped."
OWS activists are starting the Paul Robeson Freedom School, an 8-week summer program, on Maujer Street.
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