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Mosholu Montefiore Community Center was one of five local pre-kindergarten programs to receive additional Head Start funding. more
School started again Sept. 5 for New York City’s more than 1 million students — and that’s just in the public schools — bringing life back to some 2,000 campuses. more
Cristina Pérez Jiménez was one of 24 faculty members in the United States selected for the 2019-20 Ford Postdoctoral Fellowship. The fellowship is awarded to high-achieving scholars … more
Undocumented students who attend New York schools can now apply for state financial aid thanks to passage of the Dream Act in this year’s legislative session. The state legislation, championed by the late Queens Sen. Jose Peralta, was inspired by the federal DREAM Act to offer legal status for eligible undocumented students who came to the United States as children. The bill never made it out of Congress. more
Few, if anyone, think a school shooting could happen in their neighborhood. That is until tragedy strikes. more
High school students and their parents are invited to “Pathways to Career Excellence,” a day of workshops and information sessions about the transition to life after graduation. more
The AmPark Neighborhood School parent association annual fundraiser is serious fun. more
Plans to add a fourth school on the DeWitt Clinton High School campus have the historic institution’s alumni, parents and faculty worried the change will counter the academic strides the school had made in recent years. more
An experiment that included a Riverdale elementary school is about to expand citywide. more
AmPark Neighborhood School will lift spirits with its annual spirit week next month. During the week of April 15, students will participate in wacky and wild dress-up and events to fuel the morale … more
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