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 […]

School Quality Reports Released

The latest School Quality Reports, for school year 2015-2016, have been released. These reports present information about a school’s practices, learning environment, and performance results. […]

Thank Your Teachers with This Year’s Big Apple Awards!

New York’s teachers do so much great work for City students and schools; now it is time we show our appreciation and recognize some […]

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 […]