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Hidden Voices: The ‘Passionate Life’ of Dr. Antonia Pantoja

Throughout the 2021–22 school year, The Morning Bell will feature individuals from our Hidden Voices series, the NYC Department of Education's collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York that highlights important people from American history who have been "hidden" from traditional historical records. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we're kicking off our Hidden Voices series by featuring Dr. Antonia Pantoja, one of the country's most influential civil rights and education leaders of the 20th Century.
Chancellor Meisha Porter talking to a pre-k student while they play with LEGO bricks
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New COVID-19 Testing and Quarantine Protocols Announced for NYC Schools

Beginning September 27, all NYC public schools will implement two key updates to our COVID-19 protocols for students and staff members. Learn more about these changes, and if you haven't already, help reduce the spread of COVID by getting vaccinated TODAY!
Three older men sitting in a row playing music with maracas, a conga, and a guitar.
DOE Celebrations

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage All Month Long

September 15–October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. Join NYC schools as we celebrate Latino/x culture and history all month long with our handy list of suggested books, websites, and events for people of all ages!
Chancellor Porter and Mayor de Blasio welcoming students to the first day of school with a dap.
Back to School

Welcome Back to School!

Chancellor Porter welcomes all DOE teachers, students, and families back to school for the 2021–22 school year.
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Community Schools are Working!

One of the most important educational initiatives of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has been the creation of Community Schools. Growing in number from 45 in 2014 to 267 today, NYC Community Schools partner with local community-based organizations (CBOs) to serve the whole child. That includes expanded learning programs, mental and other health-related services, and family empowerment opportunities. A big new study by the RAND Corporation shows just how successful New York City’s Community Schools are for their students, significantly improving attendance, school safety, and graduation rates.Those outstanding results are gratifying but not really surprising. After all, in order to…
January 28, 2020
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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! https://vimeo.com/386237261 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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