Chancellor Fariña’s Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences

Are you attending a Parent-Teacher Conference this week? Here are tips and hints from Chancellor Carmen Fariña on how parents can have a successful […]

The Month Ahead (November 2016)

November is here, and before you know it, our clocks will fall back to Standard Time, a new U.S. President will be elected, and […]

Bus Companies Reach Tentative Agreement; Yellow Buses Operating as Normal

IMPORTANT UPDATE, Monday October 31: We are pleased to report that Jofaz Transportation and Y&M Transit have reached a tentative agreement with their bus […]

You and Me

Book of the Month (October 2016)

It’s ELEMENTARY! Learn More About Pre-K & Up at Events Near You

Thinking about placing your child into one of New York City’s Pre-K for All programs? Have a child who is turning five-years old in 2017 and is ready […]

Neil Sarkar and Katerina Corr, eighth-graders at East Side Middle School in Manhattan, discuss the value of GSAs at a City Council hearing.

Changing the World, One School at a Time

A District-Wide Effort to Expand Gender and Sexuality Alliances Neil Sarkar sat at a table inside the New York City Council Chambers at City […]

Find Your Path at the TeachNYC! Conference on November 16

Thinking about becoming a teacher? Know someone who would love to teach, but is not sure what path he/she needs to take to arrive […]

NYC Students: Become Champions of Inclusion

Are you a New York City public school student who has worked to make your community and school environment more inclusive? Are you a […]

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 […]