Upper West Side »

Parents Renew Call for Safety Measures After Student Struck Near UWS School

The victim, 13, was hit by a driver on Columbus Avenue earlier this week, prompting outcry from parents.

Park Slope »

Dante de Blasio Backs Teen Handcuffed for Wearing Broken Glasses to School

The mayor's son showed up to a rally outside Park Slope Collegiate.

Roxbury »

Artists as Young as 14 to Debut at Beachside Queens Gallery

The Young Emerging Artists show kicks off March 28 with a Black Rabbit concert.

Upper West Side »

Parents at UWS Elementary School Sue to Stop Nursing Home Construction

Parents say construction of the 20-story nursing home will be detrimental to their children's education.

Williamsburg »

De Blasio Continues Push to Make Mayoral School Control Permanent

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for a renewal of mayoral educational control for three years.

Bed-Stuy »

Artist Encourages Bed-Stuy Kids to Find Their Voice Through Spoken Word

Students at P.S. 81 learn to share their stories through public speaking as part of "Project MIC."

TriBeCa »

Embattled Sheldon Silver Still Has Support on Tackling Overcrowded Schools

The indicted assemblyman announced an April meeting and still has the support of many in his community.

West Harlem »

For West Harlem Science Teachers, the City is the Classroom

Teachers at the school on West 123rd Street use Morningside Park for some of their science lessons.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Principal Overcomes Lack of Resources with Unique Partnerships

Lisa Nelson uses creative partnerships to offer field trips and after-school, college-prep courses.

Midtown »

School Tells Parents They're Required to Contribute, Violating DOE Rules

Prospective parents visiting P.S. 212 are told they must contribute to the school, a form shows.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Student Brought a Loaded Gun to Manhattan High School, Police Say

Matthew Dallas-Fields, 16, brought a loaded gun to High School for Environmental Studies, police said.

Richmond Hill »

De Blasio to Use CompStat-Style 'War Room' to Help Fix Failing Schools

The mayor described his effort to fix failing schools much like going to war.

Midtown »

5 Things for You To Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

Outdoor education and experimental film are on this weekend's agenda.

Upper West Side »

Local Leaders Fear Loss of Affordable Housing in Riverside South Plan

The Collegiate School is not legally obligated to provide the 55 units locals expected in the project.

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