Dairy Queen is celebrating its 76th anniversary by giving away free cones on Tuesday March 15, 2016.
Common Sense Media launches a new ratings system evaluating character strengths and values in youth media at South by Southwest media conference in Austin this week.
The American Youth Soccer Organization recently announced a change to its rules regarding heading the soccer ball in under-11 and under-12 divisions.
Is your child looking for his first summer job? Has she aged out of camp, but doesn't want to give it up? Here's why young adults should consider being a camp counselor.
A significant number of New York families are more than satisfied with their experience with universal Pre-K, a survey reported by the New York Daily News revealed.
Educators behind a charter school for autistic students in East Harlem hope to open up another location in the South Bronx in time for the 2017-18 school year.
Kiddle, a new Internet search engine, aims to make web browsing safe for kids.
The 14th Annual Orchid Show, Orchidelirium, is open at the New York Botanical Garden.
A new app is making it easier than ever for parents and teachers to communicate about students.
As the area's first new bridge in more than 50 years arises across the Hudson River, local educators are seizing the opportunity to spark students' interest in STEM learning.
The Panel for Educational Policy approved the closing of three schools in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, the first three of 22 schools Mayor Bill de Blasio has moved to close.
The new set of LEGO minifigures were unveiled at the 67th International Toy Fair in Nurenberg, Germany.
Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2016 in New York City and the surrounding regions.
Runway of Dreams, a nonprofit that collaborates with fashion designers to adapt mainstream clothing for the differently abled community, announced the launch of its collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger.
Think the only way to get farm fresh produce is going to the farmers' market? Think again. Here's what you need to know about CSA: community supported agriculture.
A new study shows that New York City kids who attend Pre-k are more likely to try out for gifted programs later on.
Caroline’s Carts are coming to Target and they will help families with children with special needs shop with greater ease.
A group of aspiring doctors from the New York City area have been awarded scholarships from the Health and Hospitals Corporation.
It turns out that man’s best friends have been dogs ever since the Viking era!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show in New York City brings to life a beloved children's book character. Here we talk to creator, Jonathan Rockefeller about the process of putting the show together.
When it comes to their children’s education, NYC parents are more involved than ever, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña told the New York Daily News.
Learn how the Vikings actually lived their lives and walk out of this exhibit at Discovery Times Square with a whole different perspective.
Thanks to a new partnership between New York City Public Schools and Microsoft, all of NYC’s 1.1 million students will be receiving free copies of Microsoft Office Software.
A new research paper from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) has confirmed that in most parts of the U.S., families spend more on childcare than they do on rent.
Ever dream of being a performer on Broadway? 'School of Rock-The Musical' is holding a massive open call audition for child performers this February in New York City. Get ready to rock out!