Celebrate College Application Week (October 17-21)

This week, high schools throughout New York City are celebrating College Application Week, (October 17 – 21) a five-day effort by our high schools to raise awareness […]

ELL Middle School Students & Families: Attend the College Access for All Conference on October 14!

Are you a City middle school student or parent (Grades 6-8) who speaks a language other than English at home? Do you know middle […]

H.S. Students: Register to VOTE!

Unless you have been living under a rock the last couple of years, you know that we are in the middle of a presidential election […]

Register for LaGuardia H.S. Auditions and the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test by October 13!

Are you an eighth or first-time ninth grader who is interested in applying to one of the City’s nine Specialized High Schools? Know an […]

The Month Ahead (October 2016)

Now that the summer is behind us, autumn’s chill is hard at work trying to make us dig out our jackets, sweaters, boots, and scarves […]

NYC Libraries to Provide Free Wi-Fi Hotspot Devices to NYC Public School Families

Great news for the City’s public school students and their families! Thanks to a partnership between the DOE, the White House, the New York Public […]

Considering a New Career? Apply for the NYC Teaching Collaborative by September 30!

As residents of New York, we know firsthand just how great our City is. Between the people, languages, cultures, food, shopping options, and infrastructure that […]

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 […]