WHEELS College March In Washington Heights

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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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‘No Child Left Behind: A Harlem Tale’ Talk In Harlem

Terri-Watson_1Dr. Terri N. Watson, assistant professor in the City College of New York School of Education, is the next speaker in the “Presidential Conversations: Activism, Scholarship, and Engagement.”

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The Day HCZ Headquarters Was Renamed The Geoffrey Canada Community Center

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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.

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Science & Health Expo At Frederick Douglas Academy In Harlem

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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..

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‘Common Core’ Campaign Targets Parents In Harlem

kids-on-bus-nsn041014One 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.

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Collective Action To Improve PreK-12 In Harlem

mail (1)West Harlem Development Corporation and Kinvolved, in collaboration with School Districts 5 and 6, announce an innovative app launch in West Harlem that promises to improve attendance records and grades by letting teachers swipe a child as absent or late on a device and immediately notify parents via text message or email.

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Edmund Gordon Lecture With Vanessa Siddle Walker

vanessaPhotoDid black educators in de jure segregation simply accept the oppressive schooling conditions created by policies in southern states, or did they use the power available through pedagogy, curriculum, and school climates to seek equality? Continue Reading →

Labor Leaders Celebrated In Harlem

AM NEWS AND LYCH PRESENTS---2014 copyIn celebration of New York City’s labor movement, Bill Lynch Associates in partnership with the NY Amsterdam News will host the 4th Annual “Tying Communities Together” Labor Awards Breakfast tomorrow, September 18th at 8:00am.  Continue Reading →

The Preemptive Education Conference 2014

Preemptive Ed-4 DaysThe Preemptive Education Conference explores Critical Literacy and Connected Learning through Spoken Word, Hip-hop, Literacy, and Social Justice. Continue Reading →