Mark your calendars: City schools will celebrate College Awareness Day on January 11, 2018.
The DOE’s new CS4All Hack League pits middle and high school students from over 60 schools in a bracket-style, citywide coding competition.
Thanks to the DOE’s Equity and Excellence for All initiative, more City students than ever are prepared for college and are enrolled in postsecondary programs.
November is Financial Aid Awareness Month. Learn how you can help make college more affordable today!
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join City students and DOE staff members in the fight against partner violence by wearing purple on October 19!
All week long, over 450 City high schools are hosting college-themed events and activities, including college application workshops, financial aid Q&As, alumni panels, college campus visits, and college awareness sessions for families.
The DOE announces that its ambitious 3-K for All initiative will begin expanding to all five boroughs starting next year.
The DOE’s AP for All initiative continues to gain steam as record numbers of NYC students took and passed Advanced Placement exams in 2017.
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.