Nonprofit Art Education Program Studio In A School Celebrates 40 YearsIn the 1970s, public funding for the arts in New York City public schools was decimated. That’s when Studio in a School stepped in, and it's benefited more than one million students since.
NYC Parents, Students Weigh In On Whether They Support No-Homework TrendNow that a number of New York City elementary school students no longer have homework, how do their parents feel about all their free time?
How Will The Common Core Standards Affect Your Child?The jury may still be out about this evidence-based system, but here is what you need to know about the shifts in your child’s classroom this year.
Is Your Child Exceptional?If you are considering a Gifted and Talented program for your child, here’s what to expect and how to prepare.
Bus Problems Could Leave Thousands Of NYC School Kids In Need Of A RideSome 40,000 school children may not have bus service when they come back from Christmas break. It's a sight that's about to end – yellow school buses rolling down New York City streets.
Protesters: End Aggressive Policing In NYC SchoolsIt's time for educators, not police, to discipline New York City schoolchildren, protesters said Wednesday.
All But 65 Of New York City's Public Schools To Reopen MondayThe schools that serve New York City's 1.1 million public school students have been closed since Monday. School officials say most of the schools did not sustain storm damage. But some schools experienced flooding and structural damage.
No Day Off For NYC Public School Children; Mayor Make Right Call?Mayor Michael Bloomberg waited and waited and then waited some more before deciding to heep all New York City public schools open the morning after the big snow storm. Was it the right decision?
Incoming NYC Schools Chancellor Asks For 'Chance'The incoming chancellor of New York City's public school system is pleading with the public to give her a chance to show that she can do the job.