West Harlem »

Demand for Harlem School Spots Should Prevent Charter Growth, Leaders Say

Harlem Success Academy is trying to take over classrooms at Frederick Douglass Academy II.

Corona »

World's Fair 50th Anniversary Features Pavilion Tour, Warhol Exhibit

The New York State Pavilion will be open to the public for a few hours, among other events.

Greenwich Village »

Subpoenaed NYU Law Students Ask School for Public Show of Support

NYU Law students want the school to speak out against the subpoenas by a trustee's company.

Red Hook »

Transfer School Graduate Seeks to Dispel 'Misconceptions' About Alma Mater

Stephanie Gaweda, 19, will begin shooting her documentary "Dream Factories" this summer.

Long Island City »

Number of Waitlisted Kindergartners Dropped by Half This Year, DOE Says

Kindergarten waitlists dropped by nearly 50 percent, DOE officials said after sending out offer letters.

Morningside Heights »

Dante de Blasio Tours Columbia University During College Search

The high school junior is just beginning his tour of local colleges and universities. 

Windsor Terrace »

Parents and Alumni Fight to Save Bishop Ford Catholic High School

Parents, students and alumni are fighting to keep the 52-year-old school open next year.

Gramercy »

Private School for Babies Coming to Gramercy

Explore + Discover will offer programs for children from 3 months to 2 years old.

Park Slope »

Last-Minute Tips on Finding a Public Pre-K Seat

DNAinfo asked the experts how to pick a pre-K program at a public school before the April 23 deadline.

Inwood »

Focus on Teachers Pays Off For Inwood Middle School Leadership

Dr. Salvador Fernandez and his team have turned a once-struggling school into a model of success.

TriBeCa »

Long-Stalled Pier 26 Maritime Education Center Gets $10M to Move Forward

The estuarium, on the Hudson River in TriBeCa, received more than $10 million in state funds.

Chinatown »

Lunar New Year, Muslim Holidays Won't Be Added to School Calendar This Year

Lunar New Year and the Muslim holidays happen to fall on weekends and school breaks in 2014-15.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Law Students' Emails Subpoenaed After Criticizing School Trustee

NYU hired a lawyer to defend the law students, but has not publicly sided with them against the trustee.

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Apr 23
Upper West Side »

'The Power of Poison' at the American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th Street, from 10:00 AM - 5:45 PM

Apr 23
Greenpoint »

QUIZZ-OFF at Pete's Candy Store

709 Lorimer Street, from 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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