Wadleigh Middle School Is Safe After Harlem Community Rallied To Stop Its Closure

Chalkbeat reports that supporters scored a partial victory in their fight to keep the middle school alive at Wadleigh Secondary, a politically connected and historically important performing and visual arts Continue Reading →

Harlem Youth Publishing Empowerment

Recruiting and training the next generation of publishers in Harlem  Established in 2010, with Columbia University’s, Institute for Urban and Minority Education, IUME with assistant Director, Veronica Holly. Harlem Youth Continue Reading →

Success Academy Claims City Discriminates Against Harlem School

Patch reports that one of New York City’s largest charter schools is taking legal action against the city Department of Education for discriminating against one of its Harlem schools, Success Continue Reading →

One Time Harlem Principal Accused Of Passing Kids Who Fail

This principal didn’t do his math. Tyee Chin of Flushing HS — a cornerstone of Mayor de Blasio’s limping Renewal Schools program — demands that teachers aim to pass 75 Continue Reading →