De Blasio Says New York City Schools Preparing For ‘Maximum Number’ Of Students To Return In September, 'Full Steam Ahead'The mayor cited a Department of Education survey that collected responses from more than 450,000 families.
Proposed Budget Cuts Would Pull More Than 100 Counselors From Schools In Low-Income CommunitiesWith the city’s elimination of the Single Shepherd Initiative, more than 100 counselors are being removed from dozens of middle and high schools in low-income, at-risk communities.
Gov. Murphy Announces Fall Reopening Plan For New Jersey Schools, Says Social Distancing Is KeyNew Jersey is in Stage 2 of reopening and looking toward Stage 3. Students, teachers and parents are looking even further down the road.
On Last Day Of School For NYC Students, Chancellor Says Goal Is To Return Sept. 10It was a challenging year for students, parents and teachers amid the coronavirus pandemic and remote learning.
Connecticut Planning To Reopen Public Schools In Fall, New Jersey Expected To Announce Plans FridayA clearer picture is coming into focus for what a return to school in the tri-state area will look like.
New York City To Honor Class Of 2020 With Citywide Graduation Ceremony On June 30Guest speakers include Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pitbull, Kenan Thompson, Nick Kroll, Angela Yee, Tina Fey, Andy Cohen and more, according to the mayor’s press release.
Students March To Gracie Mansion In Push For Education FundingIn a push for education funding, students are demanding the city move money from the NYPD to public schools.
NYC Dept. Of Education Invites Students, Parents And Guardians To Complete Survey On Return To SchoolAll students in grades six through 12, and parents or guardians with children in grades 3-K through 12 are invited to fill out a survey.
Reimagining Education: Attendance Teacher Supports Students Struggling To Stay Connected At HomeCBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports Danny Martinez of New Rochelle is doing house calls while it's still unsafe for kids to go back to school.
Mayor's Task Force Announces New Initiatives To Engage City's Youth This Summerayor Bill de Blasio and his task force on racial inclusion and equity have announced four initiatives to engage the city’s youth this summer.
Some New York School Districts Opting Out Of In-Person Graduations Due To New RestrictionsThe Suffolk County executive came up with a plan to have students sit six feet apart. But for large classes, that means multiple ceremonies.