Nooo, Harlem School Staffers Test Positive With The COVID-19 Virus

Staff members at two public schools in Harlem have tested positive for the coronavirus, the city announced Tuesday, less than a week before students are set to return for in-person classes. Continue Reading →

Lack Of Access To Childcare Remains A Key Obstacle For CUNY’s Student Parents

On Thursday, September 10, 2020, the Committees on Women & Gender Equity and Higher Education, chaired by uptown Council Members Helen Rosenthal and Inez Barron respectively. Continue Reading →

What Educational Trends Will Help You Enter The Desired University?

Learning is probably the most important process that a human being will go through. The success of the entire species fully depends on our ability to pass on knowledge from one generation to the other. Continue Reading →