Vocational Students Graduate at Higher Rates

dehotosdreamcatchersWith an unemployment rate of over 40% in Harlem, the kind of career and technical schools discussed in this article are definitely something to be considered as an option.

High school students enrolled at the city’s career and technical schools have a better chance of graduating than students in traditional public schools, which researchers say could bode well for the future of the city’s workforce. Continue Reading →

In Public Housing, Units Languish in Limbo

vacancies-1-articleLargeTwo years ago, Chastity Ciprian said she asked about the two top-floor apartments, long vacant in her four-story building at Harlem River Houses, a public-housing project at the northern tip of Manhattan.
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