early childhood education

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Astoria »

Does a center have violations? Does it celebrate play? DNAinfo has a set of questions to ask.

East Harlem »

De Blasio supported $15 an hour wages for fast food workers. Preschool teachers ask: What about us?

Chelsea »

Pat Carney, who has a background in business, taught at P.S. 234 before opening Sixth Avenue Elementary.

Park Slope »

As the city focuses on pre-K, some early childhood centers say they are in dire financial straits.

Greenwich Village »

A display at Jefferson Market Library showcases artifacts from the school's history.

East Harlem »

The city wants 53,000 "full day" pre-K seats in September, but a six-hour day is hard on some families.

Astoria »

The NYU program teaches parents about the power of play and kids about emotional skills.

East Harlem »

Union Settlement's early learning center at Johnson Houses focuses on closing the child achievment gap.

Crown Heights »

The mayor-elect reiterated his promise to have the first phase of universal pre-K up by September 2014.

East Harlem »

The group will focus on fleshing out the Mayor-elect's signature education proposal.

Harlem »

Principal Jane Murphy uses an innovative Lego Lab to teach engineering, communication and reading. 

Manhattan »

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will call for mandatory kindergarten in her annual address.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The Rubin Museum of Art will offer kids a mix of singing, sculpting and stories at a Tibetan New Year celebration Saturday.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

One enterprising mother has started an indoor treehouse business to help harried Chelsea parents.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

At HiArt!, a dancer and one-time Slavic studies scholar takes even the youngest kids to the opera and West side galleries.