Category: Teach NYC

Seeking a Teaching Position in NYC? Apply by April 4

Submit an online application by Wednesday, April 4 in order to be considered for a teaching position for the 2018–19 school year.

Linking NYC to Black History

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!

Need Ideas for Winter Break?

Staying in New York City for Winter Break (Dec. 25 – Jan. 2)? Consider taking your family to some of the City’s many holiday-themed events and festivities that are taking place this year!

Find Your Path at the Teach NYC! Conference

Interested in becoming an NYC teacher? Register today for the DOE’s second annual Teach NYC! conference on November 15!

Become a Reading Superhero

In celebration of this year’s NY Comic Con, check out our age-appropriate list of great graphic novels for students of all reading levels!

Turn Your 7th Grade Students Into UN Diplomats

From now until October 2, City teachers can apply on behalf of their seventh grade classes for the NYC Junior Ambassadors program.

Reaching for the Stars

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.

Chancellor Fariña presents a Big Apple Award to Keira Dillon, 5th grade teacher from P.S. 163 Alfred E. Smith in Manhattan on May 8, 2017.

Hop Into Spring Break, NYC-Style

Staying in the City for Spring Break (April 10 – 18)? We’ve got a few fun suggestions that are great for the whole family.

Seeking a Teaching Position in NYC? Apply by April 5

Submit an online application by Wednesday, April 5 in order to be considered for a teaching position for the 2017–18 school year.