NYC Comptroller Releases Audit On Internet Speeds In City SchoolsAs 1010 WINS' Roger Stern reports, the city drafted a plan for upgrading classroom broadband ten years ago -- but Scott Stringer said on Sunday that bandwidth which made sense in 2007 is no longer enough.
CBS2 Gets Results: City Drops Vendors Who Supplied Tainted School FoodThere was more fallout Thursday, over dangerous food served at city schools. The chancellor said the city will stop doing business with vendors who supplied tainted food.
Complaints About Sandwiches Added To Failing Food List At NYC SchoolsThere is a new way for the city’s schools to flunk lunch.
Does DOE Have Enough Resources To Inspect Failing Food At Schools?After CBS2 exposed dangerous and decaying food being served at New York City public schools last week, the Department of Education has now launched an investigation.
Demanding Answers: Doctor Says Tainted NYC School Food Could Have Made Children SickMedical experts were raising concerns Friday about the safety of food served in New York City public schools.
Demanding Answers: More Contaminated Items Pulled From NYC School Lunch MenusThere were new questions Thursday evening about the food served to students in New York City public schools.
Demanding Answers: De Blasio Furious Over Contaminated Food Served In NYC Public SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio vowed Wednesday to get to the bottom of shocking revelations about the state of some food being served in city public schools.
Demanding Answers: Moldy Pizza, Chicken With Metal Pieces Turn Up In NYC School CafeteriasThe safety of the food served to 1.1 million New York City public school students was on the front burner Tuesday night.
Comptroller Scott Stringer Calls On Department Of Education To Fix Special Education Data SystemStringer spoke Sunday to a meeting of Manhattan Together to talk about the Department of Education's Special Education Student Information System (SESIS) program, which is supposed to help special needs students but has cost the department on overtime and Medicaid reimbursements
Queens High School Students Call For Ousting Of Interim PrincipalMost of them were seniors at Townsend Harris High School in Flushing, where they said interim acting principal Rosemarie Jahoda must be replaced.
For-Profit ‘Star Career Academy’ Closed Doors Without Notice, Students ClaimStar Academy, which provided training classes for medical tech, business administration, and culinary jobs suddenly closed its doors with not even a day's notice for students.
Family Of Avonte Oquendo Agrees To $2.7-Million Settlement With City In Teen’s DeathA settlement has been reached in the death of Avonte Oquendo, the autistic teen who slipped out of a public school in Queens.
More Families Hope To Join Lawsuit Claiming DOE Isn't Dealing With School BullyingMore parents are hoping to join a class-action lawsuit announced Thursday that demands better training of DOE employees when it comes to dealing with bullying.
Charter School Advocates, Parents Sue Over Violence In NYC SchoolsA lawsuit filed Wednesday claimed that the Department of Education's failure to properly address violence in schools is depriving students of their right to a public education.
DOE Delays Opening Of Manhattan School Building After Electrical ExplosionThe New York City Department of Education has decided to delay opening a downtown Manhattan school building after an electrical explosion caused the building to catch fire.