A Brooklyn co-working space helps parents get a "time out."
Principal Lorenzo Chambers said in a letter he didn't buy parents' excuses for kids not wearing uniforms.
Local leaders approved the Parks Department's changes for Playground 89 at P.S. 166.
A new city position will pay up to $73,000 to encourage and support breastfeeding in New York.
As with much of the city, many Jackson Heights pre-K programs have more applicants than seats.
The expected mayoral candidate wants to swap pricey textbooks for tablets.
James Clunie's parody newspaper The Parenteer pokes fun at Manhattan parents.
Hugh Jackman, Katie Holmes, Chris Rock and Meg Ryan were spotted around town with their young ones.
A bartender at Jackie's Fifth Amendment says locals are too "disdainful" of the no-frills bar.
Experts offer advice for helping kids stay safe on the Internet.
Parents are angry the Parks Department drastically cut hours at the Inwood Hill Park Nature Center.
More than 100 parents, leaders and teachers protested Williamsburg's five daycare closures.
DNAinfo offers a comprehensive guide to the free public pre-K programs in Manhattan.
Murray Hill is home to a higher concentration of the city's best teachers than any other neighborhood.
After reviewing its initial rejection of a plan to ease overcrowding at P.S. 116, the DOE has said no.
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