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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

Teaching Artists

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

Spotlight: Judy Richardson @ PS 279K

Brooklyn-based visual artist and educator Judy Richardson is currently conducting an AH in-school residency for 3rd and 5th graders at PS 279 in the Canarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn.   374 more words

This $69M Special Ed Software Has Become NYC's Own HealthCare.gov-like Disaster

Anyone who has ever lost work to a browser suddenly shutting down or an unplanned reboot by Windows should feel for New York City’s special education teachers. 1,844 more words

Comptroller Scott Stringer

El Sistema de Biblioteques Escolars de la ciutat de New York: una entrevista a Richard Hasenyager, Jr.

Un dels reptes que té Catalunya com a futur país és el desplegament d’una xarxa sòlida i útil de biblioteques escolars. No és una qüestió menor perquè determina el tipus de sistema educatiu que volem per als nostres infants i joves i, conseqüentment, la societat que volem ser. 2,781 more words


More Than 1 Million NYC Public School Students Head Back To School Thursday

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – New York City Public Schools are set to reopen tomorrow.

This year, the Department of Education says it has expanded efforts to increase economic diversity in the classroom.   269 more words


Wake Up New York: Our Schools Are Failing

You could hear the sound of backs being slapped from the Tweed Courthouse—where the NYC Department of Education is housed—to the state capitol. The results from the statewide student proficiency exams in English and math just came in. 549 more words

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