An eleven-year-old who attended P.S. 51 for three years suffered brain damage from the toxic chemicals in the school building, the boy's father claims in a lawsuit filed on Monday. The boy had attended P.S. 51 from September 2007 to June 2011, two months before the Department of Education informed ... More >>
Stumping at churches across the city yesterday, New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott announced a $13 million initiative to add more slots to the city's after school programs. 4,000 seats will be added to after-school care and tutoring for elementary and middle school students.
Steve DiBrienza had been running to retrieve his old Brooklyn council seat when people began questioning his involvement with the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation, a non-profit which some reporters said did not seem to do much except collect city funding and pay salaries, including DiBrienza's. D ... More >>
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