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!
On Wednesday, March 4, high school juniors and seniors across the City will take the PSAT and SAT, free of charge. Learn more about SAT School Day, including how to prepare for these critical college entrance exams!
On January 10, 2020, NYC public schools across the five boroughs will celebrate College Awareness Day, the DOE's fifth annual celebration of college attendance. Join the celebration by wearing apparel from your favorite colleges throughout the day!
The DOE's ambitious Bronx Plan is now expanding to 70 more schools, including schools in areas like East New York and Far Rockaway. Learn how this teacher recruitment and retention initiative will help further prepare today's NYC students for tomorrow's workforce.
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.
NYC public schools are celebrating Computer Science Education Week (CS Ed Week) from December 9–15, 2019. Learn how City schools are helping to raise awareness about the importance of computer science for today's students!
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.
For the first time ever, New Yorkers who are eligible to participate in this year's General Elections on November 5 can vote early! Learn more about New York's new Early Voting period taking place beginning Saturday, October 26 through Sunday, November 3.
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