Bed-Stuy »

Borough President Calls on Brooklyn Teens to Join Community Boards

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

Chelsea »

6 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

Photography by Picasso and Annie Leibovitz is showing this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

Parents Fear Program Shutdown After Firing of Brooklyn Nonprofit's Founder

Children of Promise, catering to kids of incarcerated parents, is undergoing a change in leadership.

Prospect Heights »

Two Teens Slashed at Clara Barton High School in Prospect Heights

The victims of the stabbing are not cooperating with police who are investigating the assault.

Bed-Stuy »

Pilot Program Brings Textbook-Free Classrooms to Brooklyn Schools

Three Brooklyn schools are ditching textbooks for iPads to engage students in digital learning.

Claremont »

15-Year-Old Girl Raped at Bronx Charter School, Police Say

The attack occurred at Bronx Preparatory Charter School, according to court documents.

East Harlem »

Officials Break Ground on $30 Million East Harlem Charter School Complex

The East Harlem Education Center will host a charter school and an after-school program.

Forest Hills »

Book Highlights Celebrities From Forest Hills and Rego Park

"Legendary Locals of Forest Hills and Rego Park," by Michael Perlman, will be available in 2015.

Upper West Side »

State Approves Controversial Nursing Home High-Rise Next to UWS School

The West 97th Street project has faced widespread opposition from the surrounding neighorhood. 

Upper West Side »

What You Need to Know Before Sending Your Child to a Dual Language Program

Dual language programs are on the rise in the city's schools. Here's what you need to know about them.

TriBeCa »

4 Things To Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

Documentaries, avant-garde films and an exhibit on rare books are on offer this week.

Corona »

Diversity and the Arts Are Focus for School Named After Legendary Musician

I.S. 227, the Louis Armstrong Middle School, was one of the city's first magnet schools.

Mott Haven »

P.S. 277 Parents Upset About Possible Charter School Takover of Fifth Floor

The DOE may have P.S. 277 share building space with the Academic Leadership Charter School.

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