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On average, students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in math over the summer. Some students also lose more than two months in reading achievement, but parents can help change that. Keep those minds on fire this summer with math, literacy and enrichment activities that will keep your K-6th grader engaged all summer [...]

This post is from the NYC Private Schools Blog AdConnect Platform. With pleasant weather and plethora of outdoor activities, Spring in New York City is unmatched. The entire city seemingly awakes from a long winter hibernation in sync. But the nice weather here provides juxtaposition with some of the extreme weather around the country—from tornados, [...]

Join Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] in partnership with the Center for Mathematical Talent (CMT) at NYU's Courant Institute for our FREE 4-Part Math Series. CMT's Mark Saul and Sian Zelbo will show parents and educators what's Beyond Flashcards: Exploring Mathematics with Children. What kinds of activities help children develop their mathematical abilities? This [...]

Join Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] in partnership with the Center for Mathematical Talent (CMT) at NYU's Courant Institute for our FREE 4-Part Math Series. CMT's Mark Saul and Sian Zelbo will show parents and educators what's Beyond Flashcards: Exploring Mathematics with Children. What kinds of activities help children develop their mathematical abilities? This [...]

Join Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] in partnership with the Center for Mathematical Talent (CMT) at NYU's Courant Institute for our FREE 4-Part Math Series. CMT's Mark Saul and Sian Zelbo will show parents and educators what's Beyond Flashcards: Exploring Mathematics with Children. What kinds of activities help children develop their mathematical abilities? This [...]

Join Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] in partnership with the Center for Mathematical Talent (CMT) at NYU's Courant Institute for our FREE 4-Part Math Series. CMT's Mark Saul and Sian Zelbo will show parents and educators what's Beyond Flashcards: Exploring Mathematics with Children. What kinds of activities help children develop their mathematical abilities? This [...]

Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] is pleased to present the PALNYC Workshop Series, Spring 2014 Season. Our signature workshops are back including, Navigating NYC's G&T Options with an inside look at the programs that best accommodate advanced learners, and Supporting Your Child's Gifts & Talents All Summer Long, offering practical ways to prevent learning [...]

Since 2002, The Blackboard Awards have been honoring excellence in education in New York City, celebrating schools and principals from all education communities - public, private, parochial and charter - and from all grade levels, from nursery school through high school. If you like your child's school, please take a minute right now to give [...]

Since 2002, The Blackboard Awards have been honoring excellence in education in New York City, celebrating schools and principals from all education communities - public, private, parochial and charter - and from all grade levels, from nursery school through high school. If you like your child's school, please take a minute right now to give [...]

The Blackboard Awards, which honors local schools, principals, and teachers of excellence from every educational sector—public, private, charter, and parochial—and from nursery through high school, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. They are currently accepting nominations for the Awards for schools and principals, taking place on Monday, November 19, at Fordham Law School. Submit your own [...]

The Episcopal School in the City of New York provides early childhood education in a nurturing environment. Students are encouraged to be independent, responsible, and centered on learning. This nonsectarian school is located in Manhattan. It is not governed by any particular church, nor is it subsidized by any particular church. Founded in 1961 by [...]

Resurrection Episcopal Day School, located inside the parish building of the Church of the Resurrection, is an independent non-profit three-year early education program. Children accepted are between the ages of 2.9 years through six years. Resurrection Episcopal Day School provides a Montessori early childhood development program. The school is close to Central Park on the Upper [...]

New American Academy Principal Shimon Waronker plans to open a trilingual elementary school in Brooklyn this September and the news has the whole city talking. Some of the discussions are about Waronker’s past achievements in New York schools, while other talks focus on the model of school that is planned on. In an article carried [...]

Congratulations to the NYC Private & Public School Principals who won the 2009 Blackboard Awards! The Blackboard Awards, from Manhattan Media, highlight and celebrate the outstanding achievement of schools, teachers, and principals in NYC. Here are the winning Principals (with a link to their Blackboard Award profile): NYC Private Schools: Principal of the Year: Rebecca [...]

This past week, ten principals of Jewish schools from across the U.S. and including one from Canada, all gathered in Brooklyn to take part in the Menachem Education Foundation’s Principal Leadership Program. The CrownHeights.info site carried this story about the Leadership Program: “For the very first time, a group of Yeshiva principals are being formally [...]

With the backdrop of Mayor de Blasio's Digital.NYC, which was revealed on October 1, please join PALNYC and NY Family for the NYC Ed Tech Family Day: A’Fair on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 10am-3:30pm. This one day event held at NEST+m, a K-12 citywide G&T public school in Manhattan's Lower East Side, is part [...]

Do you know a child who has a passion that they would like to pursue further? Music? Soccer? Science? Drawing? Video Game Design? Debate? If they are in 2nd to 8th grades in a school in NYC (public, private, charter, homeschool), then they are eligible for the second annual Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund’s Discover [...]

This post is from the NYC Private Schools Blog AdConnect Platform. Have you ever dreamt your children could think and learn in two or more languages? Have you ever wished your children would broaden their horizons beyond home to fully understand and appreciate the global community in which they live? If you answered yes to [...]

Do you know a child who has a passion that they would like to pursue further? Music? Soccer? Science? Drawing? Video Game Design? Debate? If they are in 2nd to 8th grades in a school in NYC (public, private, charter, homeschool), then they are eligible for the second annual Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund’s Discover [...]

NYC Private Schools Blog thanks our May 2014 AdConnect Platform sponsors: Sara's Homestay. Sara's Homestay is an accommodation and student service provider which started operations in 2001. Since the Company’s founding, it has rapidly grown, serving over 10,000+ students per year originating from 40+ different countries. Sara’s is now one of the market leaders in [...]

Do you know a child who has a passion that they would like to pursue further? Music? Soccer? Science? Drawing? Video Game Design? Debate? If they are in 2nd to 8th grades in a school in NYC (public, private, charter, homeschool), then they are eligible for the second annual Michael Perelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund’s Discover [...]