At an East Harlem school, the curriculum includes reading, writing and growing vegetables. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. On a forlorn corner of East Harlem, there is a secret garden in an unlikely location: on the roof of a school.
More and more of what appears on city students' lunch trays is coming from New York farmers. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. It's a new, locally sourced hamburger earning rave reviews. But you don't need a reservation to try it. Just be a public school student. "It was really delicious.
Mayor Bill de Blasio offers a preview of the education agenda that he will run on in his next year's election. Notably, charter schools are not front and center in his vision. Education, right now, is a relatively safe topic for the mayor.
With the number of homeless families surging to record numbers, the city is struggling to get thousands of children from the shelters to school every day, and a new report says many children are falling through the cracks. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.
Five teams of high school students from the city are competing in a nationwide competition to create a film about the dangers of cyberbulling. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. Some high school students crammed into an apartment in Williamsburg Wednesday, shooting an eight-minute movie about cyberbulling.
A new program will allow thousands of public school students to get an internet connection into their homes, as long as a parent has a library card, but the program won't come close to meet the demand for Wi-Fi service fior students in need.
Thousands of parents, students and teachers rallied in Brooklyn for charter schools and pressured elected officials for support. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. Wednesday morning in Prospect Park, the hip-hop artist Common rapped to 20,000 parents and children about education. "From schools to prison, y'all, they try to pipe us.
The mayor says he's making progress on his pledge to have all city students learning computer science within the next decade, thanks, in part, to donations from the city's growing tech sector. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has said he is going to get rid of all of the classroom trailers across the city, but some of the trailers are being repurposed for pre-k classes. Our education reporter, Lindsey Christ, has more. Six weeks ago, this was an empty lot in Long Island City.
Officials are saying city schools are the safest they've been since record-keeping began 18 years ago, but the number of weapons confiscated from students is surging. NY1's Lindsey Christ filed the following report. The Police Department says major crime in city schools has dropped 35 percent in five years, making classrooms, cafeterias and gyms safer.
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Selecting a term
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