New Yorkers opposed to the city’s plan to build four new jails by 2027 said Sunday that the facilities would have a high social and economic cost… Read more “Activists Aim to Stop de Blasio’s Plan for New Jails”
Alle Johnson, a 26-year-old model, and a friend were walking through Union Square Tuesday when they noticed a booth in the middle of the park. It was… Read more “A Campaign to Get New Yorkers Talking about Policing Issues”
In the wake of deadly terror attacks across Brussels, officials in New York City increased the number of police officers at subway stations. Samara Abramson reports on the city’s response to Tuesday’s tragic events.
Panelists discussed the challenges faced by affordable housing developers.
The deadline to register for New York’s Pre-K for All Program is Wednesday, March 9th. The free, full-day preschools prepare students for kindergarten but have cost more than the city expected.
To learn more about New York’s Pre-K for All initiative, visit schools.nyc.gov/PreK.
Alexis Garcia, 17, is a high school student at the Civic Leadership Academy, in Corona, Queens. Once every few days, his teachers give him assignments that require… Read more “Helping Queens Students Access Computers and the Internet”