Department of Education
A Brooklyn teacher was arrested Thursday, on allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage boy and offered to pay him to have sex with other adults.
More than 1,800 computers and nearly 400 laptops and tablets are missing or unused at New York City schools, according to a new audit by the city comptroller.
The goal of the new program is to improve achievement, increase attendance and prevent dropouts.
From the classroom to the courtroom. A highly regarded Long Island teacher is suing the state over a bad grade.
The victims, ages 12 and 13, did not make an appearance at the hearing.
Anti-hunger advocates called on Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday to make good on a campaign promise and serve breakfast as part of the regular school day at New York City public schools.
City Councilman Brad Lander is on board with leaders and activists supporting proposed laws to eliminate what he described as a segregated school system.
As students across New York City return to school, some parents are fuming over the cost of the supplies they’ve been asked to bring.
City education officials say claims that Richard Parlini grabbed a student by the neck were not substantiated, but parents aren’t convinced and some plan to protest the decision on Thursday.
State education officials on Thursday released results of English and math tests given to students in grades 3 through 8 in April.
An aide at a Brooklyn school has been charged with assaulting an autistic student in the school cafeteria.
The New York City Council has unanimously approved a bill requiring audible alarms on doors in schools with special needs programs.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer says one-third of city schools were overcrowded in 2012 and the Department of Education failed to address the problem effectively.
School may be out for kids, but it remained in session Monday for city education officials now in the process of hiring pre-kindergarten teachers.
Dozens of New York City schools are getting to cut the bureaucratic red tape and try out new ideas for size in the coming school year.