Parent Coordinators: Paving the Path to College

As the DOE seeks to increase the number of NYC students who attend and graduate college, City parent coordinators are leading the way by getting families involved at the middle school level.

Getting Cool for School

DOE announces that every City public school classroom will have air conditioning by 2022.

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.

NYC Celebrates College Decision Day

Public schools across the City held events and activities on May 1 to celebrate NYC’s college-bound high school seniors.

The Month Ahead (May 2017)

Get ready for State Math exams, warm breezes, and Memorial Day.

NYPD ‘Teams Up’ with NYC High Schools for Team Up! Tuesday

DOE and NYPD’s joint Team Up! Tuesday outreach program expands to City high schools for the first time ever.

NYC Announces 3-K for All

Starting in fall 2017, families in select NYC districts with three-year olds born in 2014 can begin signing up for free, full-day, high-quality early childhood education.

Ask a Student: How’s the College Application Process Going?

When it comes to the activities, programs, and initiatives taking place in NYC public schools throughout the school year, who better to learn from […]

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.