Month: September 2017

Access Granted

The DOE partners with the Sprint Foundation and the Fund for Public Schools to provide free wireless devices to over 30,000 City high school students.

Welcoming Displaced Students from the Caribbean

Dear Families: We are deeply saddened and concerned about the widespread devastation in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and other Caribbean islands in […]

A Letter from the Chancellor about the Tragedy in the Bronx

Dear Students & Families: We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of one of our students today at the Urban Assembly School for […]

Ruffing It

The DOE’s popular Comfort Dog program is now active at nearly 40 public schools across New York City.

On the Stairway to Success: M.S. 577 in Brooklyn

Brooklyn’s M.S. 577 serves as a great example of what is possible when teachers, administrators, and parents collaborate to create a supportive, innovative, and team-oriented school culture.

Applying for G&T Programs?

Learn more about applying to New York’s Gifted & Talented (G&T) programs for exceptional students in grades K–3

Celebrate National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month

Join NYC schools and Americans across the U.S. as we recognize National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month (Sept 15 – Oct 15)

A Story of Renewal: Pan American International H.S.

Since joining the Renewal Schools Program, Pan American International High School in Queens has improved its attendance and graduation rates while becoming a safe, supportive, and collaborative institution for students and teachers alike.

Cuando padres y niños son compañeros de clase

No dejes de leer el artículo sobre la interesante Iniciativa de Aprendizaje de Inglés en Familia, ¡nuestra primera publicación en español!

Turn Your 7th Grade Students Into UN Diplomats

From now until October 2, City teachers can apply on behalf of their seventh grade classes for the NYC Junior Ambassadors program.