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.
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 Learn at Home page includes great supplemental learning resources that families can use for students who are home from school. Learn more about the DOE's online learning resources, and help support learning both inside and outside the classroom!
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.
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