Parent category for all posts regarding student reading and literacy, including recommended reading lists, Books of the Month, and others. May also include content related to the DOE’s Equity and Excellence for All initiative (Universal Literacy).
Summer is the perfect time of year to catch up on reading. Help your kids avoid summer learning loss by encouraging them to check out our book suggestions, courtesy of the NYC Public Schools Literacy Collaborative's 2023 Guide to Summer Reading!
Summer is a great time for discovery, exploration, and self-improvement. Learn about some of the resources and activities available for NYC students of all ages this summer, and help keep children's minds active all season long!
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.
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.
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