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Upper West Side »

Help Your Kid Learn a Foreign Language at These Immersion Summer Camps

Give your kid a jump start on fluency with these language immersion summer camps.

Cobble Hill »

Bilingual Day Care to Open in Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill's Pollitos Daycare offers an English-Spanish bilingual program at 259 Warren St.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 87 Dual-Language Program Saved From Budget Cuts

The program is safe for this year after budget shortfalls threatened its future, DOE reps confirmed. 

New York City »

New York Parents Learn Foreign Languages to Help Kids Become Fluent

Parents are picking up foreign languages in a bid to help their children become immersed in new tongues.

Washington Heights »

English and Spanish Fliers List Different Precinct Council Meeting Dates

Fliers printed in English listed the correct meeting date, but those written in Spanish did not.

Park Slope »

P.S. 10 Parents Push for Spanish Dual Language Program

Parents at P.S. 10 are hoping to start the language immersion program as soon as this fall.

Midtown »

'Sesame Street' Open Auditions Seek Show's Newest Resident

The iconic children's show held open auditions to cast a new Hispanic character.

Civic Center »

Well-Dressed Man Attacked Tourist with Hammer in City Hall Park, Cops Say

John Yoos, 43, attacked Spanish tourist Hugo Alejandre with a hammer in City Hall Park, police said.

Battery Park City »

Stuyvesant High Student Caught in Cheating Scandal, Report Says

A student from Stuyvesant High School was allegedly caught texting photos of his test to other students.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Principal Miriam Pedraja Teaches Uptown Children Two Languages at a Time

Principal Miriam Pedraja brings bilingual learning to uptown kids at Amistad Dual Language School.

Midtown & Theater District »

Conference Helps Spanish-Speaking Parents of Disabled Children

The YAI Network will hold its annual all-Spanish conference March 6, 2012.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Princeton Spanish Teacher Commits Suicide After Losing Job, Reports Say

Antonio Calvo, 45, committed suicide in his Chelsea apartment after being let go from Princeton University.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lower East Side Senior Centers at Risk Under Budget Proposal

Special programs like translation services and kosher meals are at risk unless funding is restored, local officials said.

Manhattan »

Italian-Americans Fight Proposal to Scrap Italian Regents Exam

The Italian Regents exam could be cut by the state, after German, Hebrew and Latin.

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