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A recent manslaughter and domestic abuse trial at the Bronx County Hall of Justice had some unexpected members in the audience: Middle-schoolers from P.S. 95-Sheila Mencher. more
School is out, summer is here. And now 34,000 New York City middle schoolers have nothing but free time. more
In the lives of many young people, high school graduation marks the celebration of a fresh start, the beginning of life as a young adult. more
Being part of the Oliver Scholars program is no easy gig. It takes the sacrifice of a summer and a month’s worth of Saturdays to make the cut. more
They crowded Downey’s Bar and Grill — parents, teachers and community members. It might have been adults only, but the goal was for a much younger generation — the children of P.S. more
There are a number of ways teenagers earn money, ranging from babysitting to tutoring. But what if they could sell their business ideas for more than $2,000? more
If a teacher is hit, and no one’s around to see it, is she still on duty? That’s the question Claudia Imbert asked the city’s education department after she was struck by a car in 2016. more
It’s considered a rite of passage, so to speak. Want to attend one of New York City’s coveted specialized high schools? Well, it’s easy — just pass this rather complicated entrance exam known as the SHSAT, the specialized high school admittance test. more
Seven-year-olds can’t vote for the president of the United States. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have an opinion about it. more
Riverdale Children’s Theatre is proving once again it can take a popular Broadway show not commonly done by kids, and have it done by kids. more
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