See what's new on Parent University, the DOE's free online learning and empowerment platform for City public school families. This month, you can learn about the City's preschool options, adult education, SNAP benefits, and more!
On Thursday, May 28, the DOE, Univision 41, and the Hispanic Federation will host an education phone bank for Spanish-speaking families seeking answers to questions about remote learning, school food services, mental health support, and other DOE services. Learn more about this opportunity, and tell a friend!
3-K for All brings free, full-day, high-quality early education to a growing number of three-year-old children in New York City. If you have ever wondered what young children learn in 3-K classrooms, now you can find out by viewing the first in our new “DOE 101” video series! https://vimeo.com/386237261 Some highlights from a day at Learning Through Play in the South Bronx: School staff welcome children and families to build connections upon arrival. The children then eat breakfast as a group, giving them opportunities to develop their language skills through conversations with fellow classmates and teachers. Then the class moves…
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