Following the disturbing events that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, Chancellor Richard Carranza sent DOE staff members a passionate and heartfelt letter of support. See what Chancellor Carranza has to say to NYC educators regarding the events of 1/6, and take a look through some of the academic and mental health resources that are now available to teachers, students, and families.
Have a favorite NYC public school teacher and school counselor? Time is running out to submit your nominees for the City's ninth annual Big Apple Awards! The nomination process ends on Sunday, January 10, 2021, so submit your nominations TODAY!
New York City public schools are home to some of the most talented young visual artists in the country. As our #ShowYourSchoolworkNYC series continues, we're highlighting a student's exceptional artwork that was shared with us this fall.
See what's ahead for NYC public schools in January 2021. Highlights include Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the deadline for kindergarten applications, and the start of the City's middle and high school application processes.