Paterson Public Schools Announce Plan To Improve Meal Quality In Response To Viral PhotosParents have posted pictures on social media of what students are being served. The complaints have been pouring in since the new school year began.
State Gets School Buses Rolling In Huntington, But Officials Scrambling For Long-Term Fix To Driver ShortageThe school district was blindsided with 36 hours notice by its bus company of 62 years.
As Vaccine Mandate Deadline Looms, Some New York City Teachers, Staff Look To Push Legal Battle To Supreme CourtThe New York City Department of Education estimates around 13% of its employees are still not vaccinated. 
COVID Vaccine Mandate For New York City Teachers To Take Effect After Federal Appeals Court Lifts Temporary BanA three-judge panel lifted a temporary ban on the COVID vaccine mandate that was originally set to take effect Monday.
Some Health Care Workers Still Defiant As New York State Vaccine Mandate Takes EffectThis comes as a similar mandate for New York City teachers has been pushed back. 
Concern Over School Bus Staffing In Connecticut As New COVID Protocols BeginThe Connecticut School Transportation Association says more than 1,500 drivers from 12 bus companies are unvaccinated, and more than 200 of those drivers refuse weekly testing. 
Parents, Educators Rally Outside City Hall To Demand Remote Learning OptionThey're concerned about the safety of students and staff with in-person instruction mandatory and a rise in COVID cases.
NYC Teacher, Principal Unions Warn Of School Staffing Shortages When Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect; De Blasio Says Substitutes Standing ByBy 5 p.m. Monday, all city Department of Education employees must have at least one COVID vaccine shot or risk losing their jobs.
Photos Of Lunches Served At Paterson Schools Show Mystery Meats, Puny PortionsPaterson school administrators say they are overhauling the school lunch program and it begins with re-training cafeteria staff.
'I Want A Proper Education': Some NYC Public School Students With Medical Exemptions From In-Person Instruction Feel They're Falling Behind"If we want to keep our son safe, alive and out of a hospital, we have to sacrifice his education," father Andre Huete said.
New York City Teachers, Parents Voice Concerns About Changing School COVID Safety ProtocolsSome teachers say the rules are too reactionary and not working to keep things safe. Parents say it's hard for them to check up on the already existing ones.