B.P. Brewer To Schools Chancellor Carranza, “Where’s The School Social Workers?”

Borough President Gale A. Brewer called on New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza to make more mental health care available to students by working for a 2021 budget that fully funds one full-time social worker per school from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Streamed The Oversight Hearing On Title IX And Gender-Based Discrimination In NYC Schools

The City Council Committees on Women and Gender Equity, Higher Education, and Education will hold a joint hearing tomorrow regarding sexual harassment and gender discrimination in New York City schools,

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Success Academy Harlem 2 Wins The National Named Blue Ribbon Award 2018

Eight NYC schools were awarded the coveted title of National Blue Ribbon School Monday by the U.S. Department of Education and one of those schools was Harlem’s Success Academy Harlem 2. Continue Reading →

Schools Handling National Student Walkouts Differently From Harlem To Hollywood

Campus Safety Magazine reports that schools are grappling with safety concerns today as students across the country are walking out of their classrooms to protest gun violence from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →


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