Chancellor Carranza Announces Record $447M Investment In High Quality Arts Education

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today released the 2018-19 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $447 million citywide investment in arts education.

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Harlem Student Tahvis Magruder Selected For Nobel Experience In Sweden

Harlem has one Noble Prize winner, won by Harlemite Dr. Paul G.Falkowski, now if all everything goes as planned we may have another.

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A. Philip Randolph Campus High School, The Historic Harlem Landmark Preserving The Legacy And Future

A. Philip Randolph Campus High School (APRCHS) celebrated its rich, historic legacy in New York City’s Harlem Community on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at the Glen Harbour Island Club in New Rochelle. Continue Reading →

The Importance Of Security Awareness Training From Harlem To Harare

In today’s climate, burglars aren’t the only problem you have to consider when you decide to improve your business’s security awareness. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza And Others Announce Second Annual Yankees-Stonewall Scholarship

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, New York Yankees, and Stonewall Inn today announced that applications are open for applicants from Harlem to Hollis for the 2020 Yankees-Stonewall Scholarship. Continue Reading →

Welcome To The Future: Universities, Where You Can Study Management In A New Way

It is a pretty well-known fact that a university degree can have a life-changing effect on your career, as well as your life – if you’re really committed to it. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Chancellor Carranza Announce Record High Of New Students Enrolling Into College

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza (right) released the announced that a record-high 48,782 students in the Class of 2018 enrolled in college.

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