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Corona »

Parents line up for hours for a chance at the after-school programs at 20 Queens Library branches.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 191 is pleading with the city to let them keep the program, which was closed amid rape accusations.

Upper West Side »

Jamal Baughan, 22, is accused of smoking pot with teens, raping one and sexually assaulting another. 

East Harlem »

The Harlem Youth Marines left the Harlem Armory last year. They are now at 123rd St. and Third Ave. 

Park Slope »

The Brooklyn Game Lab will let kids lose themselves in fantasy games while teaching skills like teamwork.

Upper East Side »

The children's center has to move from its East 88th Street home by the end of June.

Forest Hills »

Mathnasium, which helps kids from pre-K to high school, is launching a new center on 72 nd Avenue.

Kew Gardens »

Kumon hopes to help 200 children in math and reading.  

Forest Hills »

Deemed too affluent to survive budget cuts, Forest Hills Beacon program could close on July 1. 

Harlem »

The Johnson Houses Community and Children's Center  will feature a host of programs and services.

Downtown »

Many middle schools are struggling to fill a $4,000 gap in funding after the city cut funds for after-school sports coaches' salaries at the last minute.

Midtown & Theater District »

The $127 million "Young Men's Initiative" is intended to help close the achievement gap between black and Latino young men and their white peers.

Downtown »

I.S. 289 has will not lose its popular after-school program after winning a last-minute reprieve from budget cuts.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Advocates say that thousands of low-income New Yorkers will be left without childcare because of cuts.

Downtown »

In a belt-tightening move, the city has cut all funding to I.S. 289's after-school program for this fall.