Are you feeling frustrated with the quality of education that your children were receiving in the past? You’re not alone.
In the vibrant heart of Harlem, amidst a landscape where challenges often outweigh opportunities, Anthony Tucker’s remarkable journey unfolds.
The Police Athletic League (PAL), one of NYC’s largest youth development organizations, is excited to announce its High School Information Fair in Harlem.
A new report released by the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, State of the Unions 2023: A Profile of Organized Labor in New York City, New York State.
New York Sun Works Director Manuela Zamora today announced Liz McKoy to fill the new role of Education Director.
In East Harlem on Tuesday, the NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the Harlem African Burial Ground Initiative (HABGI) will convene at the 126th Street Bus Depot.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced that the city’s Asylum Application Help Center has helped migrants mail more than 1,300 asylum applications since it began at the end of June.
Empowering urban youth through agricultural education provides them with skills and farming and food production knowledge.
Today, Schools Chancellor David C. Banks announced that hundreds of parents were elected to serve on the 36 Citywide and Community Education Councils.
The Education Equity Action Plan Coalition (EEAPC) has made a significant announcement with the unveiling of its Black Studies: An Education for Me + You bookmobile.
NYC Civic Engagement Commission (CEC) Chair and Executive Director Dr. Sarah Sayeed and Chief Democracy Officer Kathleen Daniel today announced a $2 million grassroots “Get Out the Vote” campaign.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams, New York City Department of Education (DOE) Chancellor David C. Banks.
Citizens today announced it is expanding its investment in the Education Design Lab’s Community College Growth Engine with an additional $400,000 in funding to benefit four CUNY Community Colleges.
America is often called the land of the free and the home of the brave. Despite the appeal in the sentence, freedom and justice are easier said than achieved.
The Climate and Resilience Education Task Force (CRETF), a coalition of more than 100 teachers, community educators, students, and environmental groups advocating for interdisciplinary climate education.