“What you refer to as Negro [black] history is nothing more than the missing pages of world history.” – Arturo Schomburg
Commit to teaching in the Bronx by February 15, and secure an early teaching position for September 2017.
Throughout January, City high schools celebrated Career Exploration Month, and we caught up with two schools to see how they helped students discover and decide upon their career paths.
All students have the right to attend public school, regardless of their immigration status, national origin, or religion.
Book of the Month (January 2017)
Did someone say, “Mid-Winter Recess?”
Attend the DOE’s First Annual Summer Enrichment Program Fair on January 28 to learn more about student employment opportunities this summer.
New test is a better reflection of what City students actually learn in the classroom; scoring and admissions criteria for City’s specialized high schools remain unchanged.
DOE adds French fries made from State-harvested potatoes to school menus; part of DOE’s ongoing New York Thursdays initiative.
All NYC families with children born in 2013 are eligible to apply for Pre-K; main round of applications closes Feb. 24