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New York Directory: Education  (24)



    American Language Communication Center - ESL tutoring service with locations in Manhattan and Queens (Jackson Heights).
    Gotham Writers' Workshop - Resource for classes and information on writing.
    The Imagine Project - A non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing the creativity and imagination of at-risk children through the performing arts.
    Ivy League Tutoring - Tutoring for academic subjects and standardized tests. Profile, services, contact information.
    The New York Botanical Garden Elementary School Programs - All elementary school programs make use of the one-of-a-kind facilities, both indoors and outdoors, within the Garden. All activities are plant-related and meet educational standards. Includes program guide and the teacher training programs.
    New York Institute for Special Education - Serving students with special needs since 1831.
    The New York Open Center - The largest urban holistic learning center in the United States.
    People of Color at Independent Schools - Aims to provide support for the faculty and staff of color in the area independent schools. Includes calendar and conferences.
    The Salvadori Center - Find out about the center's built environment curriculum and educational programs in New York City's middle schools.
    The Samberg Family History Program - Four-week summer program for high school students to research their family history at the Center for Jewish History in New York City. Features program background, downloadable forms, and FAQs.
    Stratolab - Offers after-school and summer activity programs for kids and teens in video games, computer programming, interactive fiction, and related creative uses of technology, in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Includes background information for parents.
    The TEAK Fellowship - An academic enrichment program that seeks to place talented New York City public school students from low-income families in top high schools.
    The Waterways Project of Ten Penny Players, Inc. - The Waterways Project is an arts in education program. It has operated in New York City schools for 20 years. Students are from elementary through post graduate schools. The emphasis is on expressive writing. The site has writing samples from all ages. There is also a distance learning module called Streams On Line designed in open source software.
    World of Expression Scholarship Program - Information about applying for the Bertelsmann Foundation's World of Expression scholarship program for New York City high school seniors.
    Zoni Language Center - English language centers in Manhattan, Queens, and NJ.


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