The NYC Department of Education and WNET have teamed up to create Let’s Learn NYC!, a new public television educational program for children in grades 3-K through Grade 2. Learn about this new show, including broadcast times, and stream previously-aired episodes on demand!
As our #DOEconnected series continues, we caught up with an assistant principal from a Queens elementary school who talked with us about the importance of maintaining a strong sense of community on behalf of students and their families.
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!
School food workers are helping to keep New Yorkers fed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. As our #DOEconnected series continues, learn how one of our school food workers takes her role seriously at a school in Manhattan.
Transitioning to remote learning has been challenging for educators, students, and families alike. We spoke with a principal who talked with us about the challenges she and her teachers are facing at the start of this transition.
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!
As first responders and essential employees help keep NYC safe and healthy during these difficult times, Regional Enrichment Centers are providing these frontline workers with safe spaces for child care. Learn how one of our REC educators helps support first responders at a site in Manhattan as our #DOEconnected series continues.
During this extraordinary time when New York City’s educators are working closely with students and families from the confines of their homes, we will be publishing a series of posts describing their experiences in their own words. We are now #DOEConnected!
Chancellor Richard Carranza kicks off our new exciting feature series, #DOEconnected, in celebration of the DOE staff members across the City who are working hard to keep students safe, healthy, and learning throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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