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Cobble Hill »

DNAinfo created a map that shows the reported bullying incidents in public schools in 2013 to 2014.

University Heights »

Dewitt Clinton High School in The Bronx had the most arrests of students in the city, data shows.

Upper East Side »

Breakthrough New York is guiding its college students in academics and networking.

Midtown »

The city is partnering with eyeglasses giant Warby Parker to provide school kids with glasses.

Midtown »

All talks are free and some bars will offer discounts on drinks for the occasion, organizers said. 

Inwood »

Teacher Madeline Luciano was fired from P.S. 18 after letting students write that a classmate was ugly.

Fort Greene »

Students, teachers and parents will form human chains around their school buildings on March 12.

New York City »

Research waffles about whether or not homework is good for young kids. Here are some key takeaways.

Chelsea »

The former Nickelodeon star came to congratulate students.  

Greenwich Village »

Jaime Castano's video was spotted on Snapchat by his roommate, police said.


Recycle-A-Bicycle was founded in 1994 and teaches bike mechanics to youth in 30 New York City schools.

Kensington »

Omil Carrasquillo, a science teacher at P.S. 249, is charged with sexually abusing nine girls.

Carroll Gardens »

Students are teaming up with a nonprofit for women writers in Afghanistan for the event.

Bed-Stuy »

Teens over the age of 16 can join the decision-making process on city boards.