Many parents and educators have urged return to instruction matching sounds to letters to teach kids to read, a move Mayor Eric Adams says will especially help kids with dyslexia and other learning challenges.
Though dogs have been in some city public schools since 2016, their roles in the classroom have been evolving, and training them — and their humans — is an ongoing process
The education panel rejected NYC’s funding formula in what is normally a routine vote. What does that mean for schools and the city?
NYC Created a Massive After-School Program to Help All Students With Disabilities Catch Up After COVID Disruptions. Most Never Showed Up.
Just over one-third of eligible students are expected to get extra tutoring and services — with many sitting out because of transportation problems, too-long school days or schools phasing out sessions.
P.S. 9 in Prospect Heights, now the Sarah Smith Garnet School, removes its last vestige of the Bergen name — though it remains on street signs and subway stations.
The promise of more than $7 billion in federal COVID relief funding for New York City schools inspired some families and educators to dream big.
A majority of NYC’s public school students are fully vaccinated against COVID, but deep disparities remain.
Some education advocates called it a “scarcity” budget, with one group saying it would cause “irreparable harm” to students.
Graduation rates in New York City ticked up to 81% last school year, about 2 percentage points higher than the previous year.
A Jewish school in Brooklyn recently told parents it will stop teaching secular studies to eighth graders, according to a new complaint filed by an education advocacy group.
Student body has shrunk by 23% at LaGuardia Community College in Queens, one of seven two-year schools struggling to keep high school grads signing up amid pandemic upheaval.
The city’s preschool programming has poorly served many students with disabilities, according to an analysis of 2019-2020 city data released Thursday by Advocates for Children.
The teachers’ union is on board with Chancellor David Banks’ proposal, but UFT President Michael Mulgrew urged parents to “use it judiciously.”
The Department of Education policy affects roughly 9,000 out of about 80,000 fifth graders who have siblings in the same grade or sixth grade.
Ten-day quarantines are forcing families to keep young kids home, causing chaos for those in need of child care — regardless of negative COVID test results.
New York gets a new mayor, a fresh City Council, new political district lines and a bunch of regulations for legal weed. Here’s what the headlines might be about in the new year.
School attendance plunged to 67% on the first day back to classes, as unvaccinated children fill hospital intensive care units.
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