One Year Later, Mayor de Blasio See 61% Decline In Misdemeanor Arrests Of In 16 Year Olds

Today, Mayor de Blasio and The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) announced the one year anniversary of the City’s implementation of historic “Raise the Age” legislation. Continue Reading →

Mayor De Blasio And MBP Brewer At City Resource Fair In Harlem

On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer will host a during City Hall in Your Borough week. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Farina Releases Equity And Excellence For All Plan From Harlem To Hollis

Chancellor Carmen Fariña today released Equity and Excellence for All: Diversity in New York City Public Schools. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep Espaillat To Reconsider Upward Bound At Columbia University

Today Congressman Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement regarding Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the decision to reconsider the funding application for the Upward Bound program at Columbia University. Continue Reading →

Harlem Teacher Slapped In Jail For Shoving 7-Year-Old Special Needs Student

A Harlem public school teacher was convicted Thursday of shoving a 7-year-old special needs student and was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Continue Reading →

Harlem School Closings For March 14 Blizzard

Some schools in New York City may close when a major blizzard is expected to dump up to two feet of snow on New York City on Monday night and into Tuesday, a storm forecasters expect will be the worst of the year. Continue Reading →

Rikers Inmates Prepared Turkey Dinners For Needy From Harlem To Mid-Town

officers-serve-at-rikersOn Tuesday, November 29th, 2016, NYC Department of Correction Officers, staff, inmates and chefs from the Department of Education who taught the inmates food preparation at two jails on Rikers Island prepared the turkey dinners as part of the I-CAN Fresh Start Culinary Arts program. Continue Reading →

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