Parents: Get to Know Your School’s Parent Coordinator

Often, NYC public school parents ask, “Who can I talk to in my child’s school if I have questions about school services, programs, or my […]

CUNY Eliminates Application Fee for NYC’s Low-Income Students

When it comes to applying for colleges, many of our high school seniors often report that they have difficulties paying for the various application […]

DOE Raises $20 Million for Computer Science for All

As the City works to establish and implement the various initiatives tied to the DOE’s ambitious Equity & Excellence for All reforms, Mayor Bill de Blasio […]

7th Graders Teachers: Turn Your Students Into UN Junior Ambassadors!

Are you a seventh grade teacher in an NYC public school? If not, do you know a seventh grade classroom in an NYC public […]

Notify NYC: Your Source for Information During Emergencies

Did you know that New York City has an official notification service that sends text messages to registered residents during City-based emergencies and service […]

Celebrate National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month!

Every year between September 15 and October 15, Americans across the United States celebrate National Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month in honor of the histories, cultures, and […]

Middle School Fairs Announced for All NYC School Districts

Are you a fifth-grader or a parent of a fifth-grader who is looking to attend an NYC middle school (Grades 6 – 8) next […]

There’s No Day Quite Like the First Day of School

For all of us who attend, deal with, or work for New York City’s public schools, the first day of school is the most important day […]

Applying to NYC High Schools? Use School Finder

Just in time for this year’s high school enrollment season, searching for high schools just got a whole lot easier. Introducing NYC School Finder: the […]

Welcome Back to School!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2016-17 school year and to the NYC Department of Education’s (DOE) new blog, The Morning […]