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A multi-sensory instructional program designed to aid children with learning disabilities, launches at Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C.
Tips for parents on how to prevent summer slide in reading.
A Harlem nursery and preschool grants $10,000 college scholarship to several lucky children every year.
The New York City Education Department is expected to announce a plan today to help black and Hispanic students gain acceptance to some of the most competitive high schools.
Curious George's latest adventure encourages STEM learning for children.
A round-up of amazing stories of NY-area graduates from local high schools and colleges.
A new bill passed by the Senate on Thursday would require all NYC supervised day care providers to post report cards detailing their safety histories.
For single-parent families, paying for private school becomes even more arduous than it is for families where the parents live together.
Common Sense Media rates 11 apps and games that help kids ages 2 and older build reading skills.
Caddying is not only a way to learn valuable skills, it can also earn teens a 4-year college scholarship through the Western Golf Association Evans Scholar Foundation.
What parents need to know about touring a preschool for their child with special needs, from safety issues to the staff and student body.
The Harborfields Board of Education voted 6-1 Tuesday night to approve a cap-piercing $82.85 million school budget that includes a full-day kindergarten program.
The 2016 JEI Math Olympiad was held on March 19 and winners were recently announced.
NY Kids Club is expanding with two new locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Despite hundreds of new pre-kindergarten seats that are opening in Queens for next school year, competition remains fierce and waitlists remain long in many heavily populated neighborhoods.
If you have a bright child who seems to be losing interest in school, it may not be because they do not like it, they might just be bored.
The results of the Nation’s Report Card are in, and it looks like the majority of high school seniors aren’t college or career ready.
Sylvan Learning Center Port Washington is expanding the traditional Sylvan tutoring programs to include a new enrichment program.
A Year with Children is an annual exhibit, now in its 45th year, that showcases the artwork of New York City public school students in grades 2-6 at the Guggenheim Museum.
Developing strong reading skills early sets an important foundation for school success.
Garden School in Jackson Heights announced its full Merit Scholarship winners for 2016: Asia Chen, a fifth-grader from Flushing, and Michael O'Sullivan, a fifth-grader who lives in Sunnyside.
Tutors on Wheels is offering a new SAT prep program as well as a "Jump Start" program for kids this summer.
The Queens Library will be making stops through Queens this week to celebrate National Library Week.
A new paper just released by youcubed, a Stanford University center dedicated to giving research based mathematics resources to teachers and parents, is supporting the use of visual mathematics.