Through the New York Restoration Project, NYC's public school teachers can provide their K–8 students with hands-on environmental education in City parks and community gardens this fall. Learn more and apply today!
With NYC schools closed to students on June 7, City teachers will have the opportunity to participate in professional learning throughout the day. If you are an NYC teacher, consider registering for any of the events taking place on June 7!
This past February, LinkNYC kiosks across the City featured artwork created by East Harlem students in celebration of Black History Month. Learn more about the collaboration that made this opportunity possible, and check out our students’ work!
Famed astrophysicist, author, and NYC public schools alum, Neil deGrasse Tyson, stopped by the DOE's 2017 Summer STEM Institute for a thought-provoking conversation with Chancellor Carmen Fariña about the importance of STEM education.
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is the largest school system in the United States, with over 1.1 million students taught across more than 1,800 schools by 75,000+ teachers. The DOE covers all five boroughs of New York City.
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