K-12




  • Historic Hudson Valley announces tours of historic landmarks will begin May 3

    Tickets are now on sale for site tours and spring events

    Historic Hudson Valley is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated spring tour season will begin on Friday, May 3, with tours of Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate, Philipsburg Manor, Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, and Union Church of Pocantico Hills, all National Historic Landmarks. On Saturday, May 25, the return of The Pinkster Festival will add to a full spring lineup of activities. read more »
  • Spilling the secrets to early literacy

    Learning to read is a critical step in your child's educational journey

    For young children, learning to read is a critical step in their educational journeys, as literacy helps build cognitive abilities and language proficiency and has a direct impact on later academic achievement. read more »
  • 5 women leaders share their best advice with the next generation

    Setting and reaching goals

    Setting and reaching goals is never easy, and if you’re a woman, you will likely face additional challenges on the path to achieving your dreams. read more »
  • Solar Eclipse events for the whole family

    Don't miss seeing this rare and natural phenomenon

    The solar eclipse as it is a rare and awe-inspiring natural phenomenon that offers a unique opportunity to witness the beauty and wonder of the universe. It is a memorable experience that can spark curiosity and appreciation for science and nature. read more »
  • Everything you should to know about student loans

    Traditional ways of paying for college aren't working

    More American families are borrowing for college. At the same time, merit aid and the use of personal income and savings i falling. read more »
  • What families with college-bound students need to know this spring

    Recent changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

    Perhaps even more nerve-wracking than waiting for your child’s college acceptance letters is learning whether they’ve been awarded financial aid. Recent changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) designed to simplify the process have led to unforeseen hiccups and technical glitches, causing academic institutions to delay sending out financial aid award letters. However, once you finally get the results, it can give your family a better idea of what to do next. read more »