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DOE Celebrations

Class of 2021: What Schoowork Are You Most Proud of This Year?

As our yearlong #ShowYourSchoolworkNYC series approaches the final weeks of the 2020–21 school year, we want YOU to send us great examples of student work completed by the Class of 2021! Send us great student work completed by NYC students in kindergarten and in grades 8 and 12 for a chance to be featured in our ongoing series!
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Taking Regents Exams?

The 2021 New York State Regents Exams are coming up in June. Learn more about this year's Regents requirements for high school students, including the changes that have been made to both June and August's administration of Regents exams.
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Get Your Middle School Offers Today

Applied for an NYC middle school program earlier this year? Check your MySchools account for your official middle school offer letter, and see if you've been waitlisted for any programs!
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Family Forums

Join Chancellor Porter for a Conversation about School Reopening

From May 17 through June 9, Chancellor Meisha Porter and the NYC Department of Education will host five borough-based virtual forums for all City public school families. Learn more about these family forums, and RSVP your spot today!
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What Do Children Learn in a 3-K Classroom?

3-K for All brings free, full-day, high-quality early education to a growing number of three-year-old children in New York City. If you have ever wondered what young children learn in 3-K classrooms, now you can find out by viewing the first in our new “DOE 101” video series! Some highlights from a day at Learning Through Play in the South Bronx: School staff welcome children and families to build connections upon arrival. The children then eat breakfast as a group, giving them opportunities to develop their language skills through conversations with fellow classmates and teachers. Then the class moves…
January 22, 2020
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Honoring Seven Awesome NYC Science and Math Teachers

What makes great teachers great?This year’s seven winners of the Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics have a lot in common: A contagious passion for their subject. Giving students daily opportunities to problem solve and experiment together. Tireless support and guidance to make sure everyone keeps learning.At this year's 11th Annual Sloan Awards ceremony, sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Fund for the City of New York, the seven recipients received $5,000 each and their school’s science and math departments received $2,500 toward strengthening their programs. The awards honor creative teachers who achieve superb…
January 15, 2020
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