NY State Releases Test Results from NYC’s Spring 2017 Math & ELA Exams

City students improve upon last year’s State math and English test results; increased student proficiency percentages reflect City’s investment in DOE’s Equity and Excellence for All agenda.

Reaching for the Stars

Famed astrophysicist, author, and NYC public schools alum, Neil deGrasse Tyson, stopped by the DOE’s 2017 Summer STEM Institute for a thought-provoking conversation with Chancellor Carmen Fariña about the importance of STEM education.

The NYC School Survey Says….

The results are in! Take a look and see how over a million respondents, including a record number of parents, voted in the 2017 NYC School Survey.

Putting the “All” in College Access

When every student is given a shot to attend college and work towards their dreams, inspiring things can happen.

Teaching STEAM One Brick at a Time

Learn more about FaceLab, the DOE’s STEAM-based training program for parents at select elementary and middle schools across the City.

College Access for All Program Expands to 175 More High Schools

In total, 214 NYC high schools will participate in the DOE’s College Access for All program in 2017–18.

When a Victory Is More Than Just a “W”

Made up of City students from two schools, one public and one private, Team USA’s unified floor hockey team overcame the odds and struck bronze during the 2017 Special Olympics Winter World Games. But their biggest victory took place off the court.

Remarkable Grads, Amazin’ Celebrations

The DOE teamed up with the New York Mets to honor 99 of the City’s most inspiring high school graduates for this year’s Remarkable Achievement Awards.