Diversity in New York City

May 20th, 2014 by

Among the most diverse American metropolis, New York, after San Jose (CA), ranks second, with a population that is 39% White, 28% Hispanic, 19% Black, and 12% Asian. Four of the ten most diverse large metros in the U.S. are in California: San Jose, Oakland, Orange County, and San Francisco. Only one – New York […]

Khalil Gibran Public School that teaches Arabic

May 13th, 2014 by

The Khalil Gibran Public School, named after the well-known Lebanese-American Christian Maronite poet, is a public school in Brooklyn, New York City, which opened in September 2007 as the first English-Arabic public school in the country to offer a curriculum emphasizing the study of Arabic language and culture. The school’s stated mission is to prepare […]

French schools in New York

May 6th, 2014 by

Looking for a French school in New York City can be a daunting and stressing search. However, some schools are offering a French curriculum. We thought this could help you: Lycée Français de New York (accredited by the French Ministry of National Education) 505 East 75th Street New York, NY 10021 Ph: 1 212 369 […]