The Citywide Education Council for District 75 meeting on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 starting at 6 pm. Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration said Tuesday that it would provide free space in public school buildings to a dozen new or expanding charter schools, including 10 run by Eva S. Moskowitz, one of the mayor’s fiercest rivals on the issue. Continue Reading →
Capital One volunteers proudly served lunch above and more to WHEELS high school students in celebration of submitting their college applications during the NYC Outward Bound Schools College March on Friday, December 12th, 2014.
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Dr. Erica N. Walker presents a compelling story of Black mathematical excellence in the United States. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Diane Allford
Can one person make a difference? We think these images from the dedication of the re-naming of the Harlem Children’s Zone headquarters to the Geoffrey Canada Community Center answers that question.
Mentoring youth in Harlem has been the mission of the Fredrick Douglas Academy as they continue their work n Harlem with the Science & Health Expo At Frederick Douglas Academy on Saturday, December 13th, 2014..
One Solution, the creative and branded entertainment arm of Radio One, has entered into a new partnership with the National Urban League in support of the organization’s Put Our Children 1st education initiative.
Celebrating its thirteenth year, the Junior Scholars Program is a Saturday program that engages 125 youth, ages 11 to 17, in the exploration of American and global history through the lens of the Schomburg Center’s collections. Continue Reading →