Category: Joy of Learning

Charting a Path to Future Careers

Throughout February, schools across NYC are celebrating Career Exploration Month. Learn how families can help students identify their potential careers today!

Time for a Little Respect

From February 9–15, City schools are participating in the DOE’s annual Respect for All Week.

Allied and Proud🌈

The DOE recently held its first-ever Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Summit for City students. Check out our photos from this LGBTQ-themed event!

Just Hogging Around

Staten Island Chuck says we’re having an early spring!

Honoring the Past, Inspiring the Future

February is Black History Month. Join NYC schools and discover black history and culture all year long with our handy list of books, websites, and activities for students of all ages!

Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on 2/1

Join NYC public schools as we celebrate the joys of reading during World Read Aloud Day on February 1!

We Have Liftoff

The DOE’s Space Center is one of NYC’s most exciting learning spaces for students in grades K–12. See how this facility takes STEM learning to new heights.

2018 Cover Design Challenge: Deadline Extended!

Time is running out; NYC public high students have until December 22 to submit their cover designs for the 2018–19 NYC High School Directory!

When Comic Books Become Required Reading

From anime to Shakespeare, learn more about the many ways teachers are using graphic novels to turn students into Reading Superheroes!

It’s Time to Talk

This year’s first round of parent teacher conferences are scheduled throughout November; check out these tips and suggested questions to make the most out of your conferences!