Did Someone Say, #MannequinChallenge?

The DOE just reached its 100,000th follower on its official Facebook page, and to celebrate this milestone, we rounded up a few DOE staffers […]

2015-16 Annual Arts in Schools Report Released

Highest number of City arts teachers in 11 years; $30 million increase in arts investments citywide

Growing Up in NYC Just Got a Little Easier

As any City parent can attest, it can be pretty tough raising a child in New York. Among the many challenges, it can be […]

NYC Museums: Bringing Art and History to Life for Students

Did you know that museums are not only fun but also teach children about life—past and present? Just ask the Bronx elementary and middle […]

NYC Schools Celebrate Computer Science Education Week

Throughout the week of December 5-11, NYC public schools across all five boroughs are participating in Computer Science Education Week, an international celebration of computer […]

The Month Ahead (December 2016)

Can you believe December is here already? Seems like we blinked, and BOOM, suddenly, there’s holiday lights, trees, decorations, ugly sweaters, food, and music EVERYWHERE. As […]

Give Thanks

As we sit down to Thanksgiving dinner with our families and friends, let us appreciate what is beautiful in our lives and remind ourselves […]

It’s Financial Aid Awareness Month

Students must complete the FAFSA to be eligible for any type of aid for college. Many colleges (including CUNY) allocate funds on a rolling, first-come-first-served […]