Report: New York City Child Care Program Is Floundering

EarlyLearnNYC, a reform launched by the Bloomberg Administration to improve subsidized family child care to thousands of low-income New Yorkers, is failing to improve its programs for babies and toddlers.

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The New School And Nyc Parks Host Summit Exploring The Future Of Parks And Urban Spaces

The New School’s Center for New York City Affairs and Tishman Environment and Design Center, and NYC Parks, will host Parks Without Borders: Ideas For The Next Generation Of Urban Parks And Public Space, a summit on the future of parks and urban spaces, on Tuesday, May 24 at 9:30 a.m. at The New School’s […]

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Fact-Checking “The Daily Show”: The Real Journalists Who Keep Fake News Honest

Trevor Noah, Larry Wilmore and Samantha Bee aren’t real newscasters, but they play them on TV — thanks, in part, to the real journalists in their writers’ rooms. Satirical news has become a mainstay of pop culture. We ask, what purpose do these programs serve beyond entertainment? How beholden are they to the facts? And […]

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Steppenwolf: A Musical Retelling

The first ever staged adaptation of Hermann Hesse’s classic novel, Steppenwolf: a musical drama with an original libretto and score by producer, composer, and student at The New School’s School of Jazz, Jochem le Cointre (Class of 2016).

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Fashion And Women In Technology Panel And Exhibition

A conversation on the importance of women in technology led by Madison Maxey, founder and president of The Crated, and Birce Ozkan, a New York City-based fashion technology and interactive designer.

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Parsons Festival 2016 Celebrates The Next Generation Of Art And Design Leaders

The New School’s Parsons School of Design presents Parsons Festival 2016, a celebration hosted the leading art and design school featuring exhibitions and sales of student work, and student-led presentations and symposia in a range of design disciplines.

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Examining The Impact Of Inequity Of Children In Cities

Equity for Children, a nonprofit organization based at The New School that advocates for the well-being and rights of children and adolescents, hosts a two-day conference, “Urban Inequities and Children”, on April 28 and 29.

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Black Lives Matter 101 Explores Black Social Movements

The New Black School, a Black graduate student group based at The New School, continues the tradition with Black Lives Matter 101, a series of “classes” examining Black social movements in the 21st century.

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Parsons School Of Design Partners With Tide To Educate Future Designers On How To ‘Design For Care’

Parsons School of Design at The New School has partnered with Tide to educate future designers on how to make clothes that endure the consumer care and use—including laundering, storing, repairing, altering and wearing—through the “Design for Care” course offering.

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The New School Announces Innovative Mobile And Digital Campaign

With the launch of a new emoji keyboard, The New School reveals its innovative and personalized approach to connecting with prospective students using mobile and digital platforms.

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