Getting kids involved in sports is not only good for their health but, as this week's New Yorker knows, can also help improve their school work.
5/17/2013 - By: John Schiumo
This week's New Yorker helps women in violent domestic relationships sow the seeds of a better life.
5/10/2013 - By: John Schiumo
Alarmed by the test scores among some of the city's youngest students, this week's New Yorker is helping children beat their struggles in school through early reading programs.
5/3/2013 - By: John Schiumo
This week's New Yorker gives aspiring disabled photographers the chance to show us the city through their lens.
4/26/2013 - By: John Schiumo
You are never too young to lend a helping hand, and this week's New Yorker is a perfect example, as she used her classroom connections to raise money for a cause close to home.
4/20/2013 - By: John Schiumo
With so little space in the city, New Yorkers are left with the dilemma of what to do with their old or unwanted belongings. This week's New Yorker has an answer that is helping school groups and nonprofits get creative in Long Island City.
4/12/2013 - By: John Schiumo
Encouraging children to eat healthy can be tough in a city filled with fast food temptations, but this week's New Yorker has found a way: by getting them to be in charge of their very own produce market.
4/5/2013 - By: Roma Torre
How do you encourage kids to be healthy and read? This week's New Yorker is providing much-needed support for a program that does both those things in one by getting kids to run for books.
3/29/2013 - By: Roma Torre
It's more than dribbling and drills at one basketball court on Manhattan's Upper West Side, thanks to this week's New Yorker, who's helping young players with disabilities build their confidence and social skills.
3/22/2013 - By: Roma Torre
Becoming a parent at a young age can be a huge challenge, but this week's New Yorker is using her own experience as a teen mom to help other young women become successful mothers.
3/15/2013 - By: Roma Torre