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Bayside & Douglaston »

Bayside Students Embark on Innovative Historic Preservation Program

An after-school program hopes to foster an interest in local history among Queens middle school students.

South Bronx »

Samuel Gompers Students, Staff Make Final Plea to Stave Off School Closure

Gompers supporters packed into a final hearing Thursday to protest the DOE's plan to shutter the school.

South Bronx »

Samuel Gompers HS Students Fight to Save School in Face of Closure

Student at The Bronx's Samuel Gompers HS have been organizing against a proposal to close the school.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

NYU Medical School Students Use Google Maps Technology, Virtual Cadavers

A change in curriculum has spurred several technological innovations at NYU School of Medicine.

Harlem »

School Bus Accident on Park Avenue Injures Seven People

Seven people were injured in a school bus accident at Park Avenue and 103rd Street on Tuesday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

East Village School Principal Wages Dress Code War on Teachers

Marlon Hosang, the Principal of P.S. 64, is insisting his teachers dress professionally.

Downtown »

More Seats Announced for New Peck Slip School

The Peck Slip School will now offer 712 elementary seats, 56 more than had been announced in November.

Harlem »

Shopping Cart Pusher Had Six School Suspensions

A teen charged with tossing a shopping cart onto Marion Hedges had previously shoved a school principal.

Harlem »

Two Boys Stabbed During Robbery in Restaurant

Two boys were stabbed during a robbery at Village Fried Chicken, at 1739 Amsterdam Ave.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Shuang Wen School Investigation Reveals No Theft of Funds

An investigation into financial practices at the Shuang Wen School revealed no theft of funds.  

Downtown »

P.S. 150's Maggie Siena Helps Kids Learn Through Play

Maggie Siena, principal of P.S. 150 in TriBeCa, is DNAinfo's Principal of the Week.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

P.S./M.S. 165's Brett Gallini Welcomes Students from Every Background

Principal Brett Gallini says he's proud to work at a diverse school that educates all types of learners.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cooper Union Students Demand School Rescind Tuition Threat

Cooper Union students and alumni peppered school president Jamshed Bharucha with questions about a possible tuition charge at a meeting Wednesday night.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Cooper Union Could Charge Tuition for First Time in 150 Years

The Cooper Union in the East Village is considering charging students tuition for the first time to cope with a $16.5 million budget deficit.

Midtown & Theater District »

City Shrank Union Square School to Head off Lawsuits

The decision to downsize a new public school near Union Square was driven by fears that angry residents would sue the city.

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