Coronavirus Update: N.J. Cancels Statewide Assessments; Medical Students Called To Front LinesThe coronavirus pandemic continues to make waves in the education world.
Coronavirus Update: Brooklyn Principal Dezann Romain Among NYC's 192 DeathsShe is the first known New York City public school staff member to die from the virus.
Distance Learning Tools And Links For Parents Teaching At HomeHere's a look at parents across the Tri-State Area are sharing resources online to build and expand their districts' learning plans.
Coronavirus Update: Remote Learning Turns Living Rooms Into ClassroomsGov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all New York schools to develop a remote learning system by March 23, and some have already started.
Coronavirus Update: Superintendent Of New Rochelle Schools Dr. Laura Feijoo Tests PositiveDr. Laura Feijoo was tested on March 16 and has been instructed to quarantine for two weeks from that date.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Murphy Says Ban On Gatherings Of 50 Or More Includes At Homes, And Will Be EnforcedIn perhaps his strongest words since the coronavirus outbreak started, Gov. Phil Murphy made it clear to New Jerseyans on Wednesday that new directives on social gathering will be enforced.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Public Schools Closed For Weeks, Parents Scrambling To Make PlansSchools will move to a remote learning model until at least spring recess, with the possibility that could be extended for the remainder of the year.
Coronavirus Update: After Additional NYC School Closures, Teachers' Union Calls On City To Close All Public SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio and city health officials say a student has tested positive on Staten Island.
'To Kill A Mockingbird' Day: Broadway Hit Heads To MSG For Special Student PerformanceThousands of New York City public school students were at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday to watch one of the biggest smashes on Broadway -- for free.
Mayor, Schools Chancellor Expanding '3-K For All' Program To More Students CitywideMore districts will soon offer classes for three-year-olds, bringing the number of students for the 2020-2021 school year to 26,000 citywide.
Report Says New York Is Facing Shortage Of Spots For Preschool Special Education ClassesFor many families, it could mean a major roadblock to their child's development.
New York City Lawmakers Push For Universal After School ProgramsWith parents working longer hours, some New York City lawmakers are pushing for universal after school programs. Co-sponsor of the bill, Councilman Ben Kallos, joins CBSN New York to discuss the budget and benefits.
Brooklyn School Board Requests Member Be Suspended After Using Racial Slur Against Asians In School ForumCommunity Education Council 22 approved a resolution to suspend school board member Jackie Cody for the next two meetings.
12 NJ Schools Set To Try Out New LGBTQ-Inclusive CurriculumThe statewide law requires middle and high school students learn about the social, political and economic contributions of all individuals.
Queens Parents Demand A Say In City’s Plan To Diversify School DistrictFrustration is brewing as Queens parents attending a public meeting last month couldn't get in. Thursday night, leaders of Community Education Council 28 will convene again.