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Chelsea »

Vote on Split Zones for Popular West Side Schools Set for January

A controversial split between the zone encompassing P.S. 3 and P.S. 41 will be decided next month.

Morningside Heights »

Wu-Tang's GZA Helps Bring Science to City Students

The legendary Wu-Tang rapper is helping to launch a program combining hip-hop and science education.

East Village »

Cooper Union Students Hold 'Live-In' Protest for Free Education

Eleven students from the school have locked themselves in the school's Cooper Square building.

Hudson Heights »

Storefront Science Workshops Let Children Learn Through Exploration

The uptown science workshops allow children to experiment with magnets, electric circuits and animals.

Williamsburg »

Locals Blast Charter School's Proposed Co-Location in Williamsburg

Citizens of the World Charter elementary would co-locate with a middle and high school by McCarren Park.

Claremont »

Bronx High School Students Go Entire Semester With No Math or English

Several juniors at Bronx HS for Medical Science pleaded for the courses but were told to wait, they said.

Mott Haven »

Parents, Principal Say Struggling Bronx School Deserves Another Chance

Parents and students rallied outside Mott Haven's P.S. 369, which the DOE has marked for closure.  

Williamsburg »

'EcoHouse' Educates South Williamsburg to Create Sustainable Homes

The mobile building is now open on the grounds of M.S. 50.

Brighton Beach »

Trip to School a Biblical One For Students in Brighton Beach

Immigrant students become refugees as two popular South Brooklyn schools struggle with displacement.

New York City »

Students at Schools Destroyed by Sandy Pack Into Temporary Locations

Tens of thousands of students squeezed into makeshift classrooms around New York City Wednesday.

Lower East Side »

Parents Fear Age Clash as FiDi High School Moves Into LES Elementary School

Freshmen and sophomores at Millennium High School moved to the Shuang Wen School on the Lower East Side.

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.