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NYC Families: Save Money on Your Home Broadband Service

Thanks to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), New York City households with at least one student enrolled in City public schools can apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, which provides broadband internet service at a reduced cost to eligible households throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about this program, and start saving money on your monthly internet bill today!
October 15, 2021
FeaturedReturn to School 2020

Preparing for a Safe Return to School

As New York begins its recovery from the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, NYC public schools are preparing for in-school instruction this fall. Learn more about the health and safety protocols that the NYC Department of Education will be implementing across all City public schools for the 2020–2021 school year.
September 16, 2020
DOE ConnectedFeatured

When Creativity and Camaraderie Prevail

When NYC schools transitioned to remote learning this past spring, many wondered how schools could maintain a sense of "community" for their students, staff members, and families. As our #DOEconnected series continues, we catch up with a 2020 Big Apple Award-winning teacher who talked about her methods for maintaining close relationships with students and colleagues in an era of social distancing.
August 7, 2020
DOE ConnectedFeatured

Finding the ‘Glue’ that Binds a REC Together

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, NYC's Regional Enrichment Centers have provided the children of the City's essential employees with safe, stable, and joyous learning spaces for a wide range of learning activities. As our #DOEconnected series continues, we speak with a REC site director regarding his efforts to create supportive learning environments that bolster student's social-emotional experiences.
June 22, 2020
DOE ConnectedFeatured

Creating Safe Spaces, Remote-Learning Style

As our City continues to push forward through unprecedented challenges, New York's school leaders are being tested like never before. As our #DOEconnected series continues, we head to the Bronx to speak with a principal who is working tirelessly to maintain a "community" on behalf of her students and staff members.
June 10, 2020
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