Maintenance jobs are growing in New York City and many pay better wages and benefits than you might expect.
In the past decade, Pratt’s partnership with the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project and its own Design Incubator has transformed the Clinton Hill neighborhood.
The term “digital divide” is problematic, but New York City is focused on improving broadband access and digital literacy for low-income students and their families.
Studio in a School and artist Jeff Koons launched Visual Arts Appreciation Week at East Harlem’s P.S. 112.
At the 25th annual National Conference for Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education, NYU Professor Arlene Davila warned about the precarious position of Ethnic Studies in higher education.
Racetrack families live in a tight-knit world at New York’s Belmont Park in Long Island and Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens. Helping their fragile existence is the country’s only racetrack daycare center.