The final Parent Teacher Conferences of the 2019–2020 school year will take place via phone or videoconference throughout May. Learn about this month's conferences, changes to citywide grading policies, and more!
As NYC schools transition to remote learning for the remainder of the 2019–2020 school year, the DOE is lending internet-enabled tablet devices to students. Learn more about the DOE's device lending program, and apply for a device by April 23 to receive it by Thursday, April 30!
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all NYC public schools have transitioned to remote instruction. Learn how NYC schools have moved their classrooms online, and see what other learning resources are available for NYC students from grades 3-K through 12!
The DOE's NYC Reads 365 program has just been updated with new lists of books for students in grades pre-k through 12. And the best part? New Yorkers helped pick these books! Check out our updated lists, and learn how they better reflect our City's diverse cultures and perspectives.
From March 2–6, NYC public schools will celebrate the DOE's second annual Civics Week. Learn more about Civics Week, including our Student Voter Registration Drive in high schools and Project Soapbox in K–8 schools!
New York City offers loads of learning opportunities for students of all backgrounds across the five boroughs, including enrichment programs, career-training workshops, paid internships, and more. Check out some of the opportunities available to NYC students throughout spring 2020!
From now until January 2020, City residents who are 16 years of age or older can apply to join NYC Parks' Lifeguard Training Program for a chance to become a lifeguard at any of the City's beaches and pools this summer. Learn more about the program, and register for a Qualifying Test today!
Civil rights activist and congressman, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), stopped by the New-York Historical Society to speak with NYC middle and high schoolers about the importance of student activism in the United States.
For the second year in a row, the NYC Department of Education, the New York Yankees, and Stonewall Inn are teaming up to provide five NYC high school seniors with scholarships for college. Learn more about these scholarships, including eligibility criteria and deadlines, and submit your application by March 1, 2020!
High school seniors: it's time to get money for college! Check out our breakdown of the college financial aid application process, including ways to identify college costs, search scholarship resources, and compare financial aid awards.
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