Deborah Secular

Wed, Apr 23, 2014, 2:54am

Education leaders are opposing a planned reallocation of two classrooms in the building from the public school Frederick Douglass Academy II to the charter school Success Academy Harlem I, citing a higher demand for the public school.

Mon, Apr 21, 2014, 1:51am

A bill signed last week by Mayor Bill de Blasio will extend equal workplace protections to unpaid interns in New York City, but some intern-rights activists say that it’s only a first step towards ensuring rights for interns.

Fri, Apr 18, 2014, 1:38am

Dear Sisters Girls Group, a youth program that works to empower disadvantaged female high school students in Harlem, is slated to receive additional funding from Teachers College.

Mon, Apr 14, 2014, 12:44am

The debate, moderated by CBS news anchor Maurice DuBois, was the first in a rapidly heating race for the 13th Congressional District seat.

Thu, Apr 10, 2014, 12:15pm

40s on 40, an annual yet unofficial event, brought seniors from all four undergraduate schools to the steps to drink together and reminisce in the early hours of Thursday morning, this year 42 days before commencement.

Thu, Apr 10, 2014, 12:29am

After serving in a number of leadership positions advocating on behalf of public schools, Miriam Aristy-Farer, who currently heads Community Education Council District 6, will serve on a working group that will address space issues in city schools.

Mon, Mar 31, 2014, 12:41am

Preservationists are up in arms about the poor safety record and alleged criminal history of Breeze National, the contractor selected to clear the north campus of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in preparation for apartment construction.

Wed, Mar 26, 2014, 3:29am

Nineteen parents of students at Harlem Central and Success Academy Charter Schools filed a lawsuit against the city’s Department of Education last week, saying the reversal of co-location approval was unlawful and did not follow procedure.

Mon, Mar 24, 2014, 1:53am

The new law, which takes effect April 1, replaces a weaker form of the legislation passed by the City Council last year.

Mon, Mar 10, 2014, 1:52am

Condominium residents at 115th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard are hoping that the taqueria opening soon on the ground floor will be able to stick to the plans outlined on its liquor license, which was approved last week by Community Board 10.

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