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It has been almost a month since I officially became a NYC elementary school teacher. I have already learned a lot about the NYC school system. 567 more words

Arts Partnerships for ELL & SWD

Arts Horizons is ready to start our 2017-2018 school year off strong as the lead arts partner with 10 schools under the NYC DOE Arts Partnership Grants. 147 more words

High School Guidance for College Bound

Whether you need extra help in a subject, or you want to make sure your requirements are filled, or you are thinking ahead to what your major will be and how to set yourself up for that during High School, NCPL can help with online sources.   528 more words

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NYC DOE Arts Partnership Grants

Arts Horizons has proudly completed our third year of participating in two initiatives of the NYC DOE’s Arts Partnership Grants – the “Arts for English Language Learners and Students with Disabilities” and the “Arts for Family Engagement” grants. 176 more words

NYC Comptroller Releases Audit On Internet Speeds In City Schools

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer released a new audit about internet speeds in city school buildings Saturday, showing massive organizational glitches in department of education school technology. 258 more words

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Spotlight: Chris Lin @ PS 46X

Born and raised in Taiwan, Chris Lin is a Queens­-based visual artist with over 25 years of teaching experience. He has worked with students of all age groups, newly immigrated Chinese ELL students, and senior citizens. 428 more words

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Arts Horizons 2017 Program Guide

The Arts Horizons 2017 Program Guide is available for schools and communities to browse our diverse array of arts-in-education opportunities.

Contact our experienced staff to find out more information and book your program. 22 more words