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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The P.S. 51 Elias Howe School recently launched garden, science, engineering and robotics clubs.

Upper West Side »

We've combed through the city for camps that will bring out the scientist in your child. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Students will conduct science experiments, take field trips and meet women who work in the STEM fields.

Downtown Brooklyn »

NYU programs will start moving into the new center at 370 Jay St. this fall.

Astoria »

Allison Persad is reshaping the all-girls Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria.

West Harlem »

Projects include a mouth guard that tracks the temperature of football players at risk for heat stress.

West Harlem »

STEM summer camp open for Harlem children and teens. 

Brownsville »

The initiative will offer app development workshops, technology and coding sessions, and more.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn Borough Board approved the controversial $52 million sale of the Brooklyn Heights Library.


The Panel for Educational Policy unanimously approved the school's move to DUMBO.

West Village »

Roughly 20 students learned the math and science of cheese making on their day off.

Stapleton »

The Staten Island MakerSpace will run three new STEAM workshops for students.

Jamaica »

Kids will also have access to a planetarium and flight simulators at a program held at York College. 

Bed-Stuy »

The free classes will help teens develop their talents in technology, writing, arts and science.