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Kumon of Park Slope
575 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Kumon is an international education enrichment program with a location in Park Slope. Directed by exdperiencedMore educator, Naomi Suzuki, Kumon of Park Slope offers a unique and engaging approach to math and reading education, working with students from preschool through high school. Visit the Kumon of Park Slope Web site for program and enrollment information.
Diaspora Community Services
182 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Situated in a brightly-painted building on Fourth Avenue, Diaspora Community Services works to provide local immigrantMore residents with services such as health education, advocacy, counseling and general support. Programs include the Women's Empowerment Program, Nutrition Outreach Education and HIV/AIDS assistance. Services are available in English, French, Creole and Spanish.
Special Education School 77
62 Park Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Park Slope's special education school is for autistic students aged 10 to 21 and helps students develop skills to helpMore them become as independent as possible. The students are often seen volunteering around the community at spots like the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.
Career Educational Consultants
270 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Career Educational Consultants is dedicated to helping people, young and old, to develop computer skills and prepare forMore a technology-based career. It runs a job placement service to help graduates find employment that best suits their skills and interests. 
Center for Anti Violence Education
327 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Center for Anti-Violence Education focuses on providing violence-prevention curriculum to women, particularly forMore transgender people, teenagers and children. Programming includes self-defense courses offered at a sliding-scale fee. The center offers free childcare to participants in its courses.
Special Sprouts
453 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Special Sprouts is a free, special education program funded by the Board of Education for special needs students betweenMore the ages of three and five. In particular, the program addresses issues such as speech and language development, social and emotional development and motor skills. 
The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research
237 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Secondary School for Law, Journalism and Research is a public school operated by the New York City Department ofMore Education. The school educates students in grades six through twelve. Class sizes may range from 26 to 32. The school is located on 7th Avenue, between 4th and 5th Streets. It was formerly the home of John Jay High School, which closed due to low performance in 2004.