A Harlem school building was shut down on Monday after multiple COVID-19 Crisis cases were reported there starting last week, according to the Department of Education.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in partnership with Mourning Into Unity, and in solidarity with initiatives taking place across the country,
The city announced Tuesday that three public school buildings in Harlem had reported new coronavirus cases in recent days, as staff prepared to welcome back students for in-person classes.
A former Harlem charter school teacher allegedly had rude communications with at least 18 students, claiming he did it “to be the cool teacher,” according to prosecutors and court papers.
A Harlem charter-school teacher is accused of asking a teenage student for a threesome, sending two other girls sex videos and sexting a fourth child, according to cops and court Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that Paula Gavin will retire from City service, stepping down from her role as NYC Chief Service Officer.
ABC news reports that the message from one school was clear – that students had to learn and speak proper English. However, there is controversy over the way one charter Continue Reading →
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