What is Jewish Resistance? In this time of rising hatred, we, as young Jews, ask ourselves that question daily. At a time when the American Jewish community, alongside so many others, is being targeted, what does it mean for us to stand up and resist?...
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Last week, Columbia dedicated its new Manhattanville campus, a $6.3 billion, 17-acre addition 10 blocks north of its Morningside location. In a press release about the ceremony, University President Lee Bollinger tells his version of the history of the expansion....
When East Harlem native Janiqua Codrington was growing up in the Abraham Lincoln Houses on Madison Avenue and 135th Street, she didn't fully appreciate the intensive curriculum she was studying at Frederick Douglass Academy, a high-performing secondary school on 148th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard....
At the heart of Mayor Bill de Blasio's charter school controversy is Harlem Central, a Success Academy charter middle school currently located in a public-school building on 113th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard....
Community education council members and families say the implementation of the city's new online kindergarten application presents new technological and language barriers for families in Harlem....
One of the biggest changes for sixth-grader Anayah Lyons this fall is how she "travels" from class to class—because of a bigger building this year, each of her classes now has its own classroom....