NYC Rolls Out Revised Plan For COVID School Closures, Ahead Of Enrollment Deadline For In-Person ClassesNew York City unveiled Thursday new guidelines to determine when public schools must close because of coronavirus cases.
New York City Public Schools Doing Away With '2-Case Rule' For Coronavirus-Related ClosuresSchools had been forced to shut down for 10 days if two positive cases were detected.
NYC Schools Prioritizing Social Emotional Learning To Help Students Cope With Emotional Toll Of COVID PandemicSchool leaders are navigating uncharted territory after an unimaginable year, establishing a healthy foundation to make up for lost time.
New York City Expanding 3K Program; De Blasio Says Target Is To Have 40,000 Seats By This FallCurrently, about 25,000 students are enrolled in the city's 3K program.
New York City High Schools Reopen For In-Person Learning; Mayor Announces Next Opt-In OpportunityAlso Monday in New York City, indoor fitness classes resumed for the first time in more than a year. Studios can now hold classes at 33% capacity.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Says New CDC Guidelines Will Allow 'A Substantial Number Of Students' To Return To ClassroomsThe goal is to maintain the schedules of existing in-person students while adding others and allowing as many students as possible to attend school five days a week.
Remote Learning Still A Struggle For Students, Parents 1 Year Since New York City Schools Shut DownMonday marked one year since New York City schools shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. But after a year of remote learning, many of the same problems persist.
Exclusive Interview With Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter During Her First Day On The JobUnlike most jobs, there's no grace period. CBS2 sat down exclusively with the chancellor on her first day, as she forges the difficult road ahead.
Meisha Ross Porter Officially Takes Over As New York City Schools ChancellorPorter is a product of the city's school system and most recently served as Bronx executive superintendent.
New York Schools Facing Lawsuit Over Allegations Of SegregationThe lawsuit argues that opportunities to the "Gifted and Talented" program and certain middle and high schools exclude many students of color.
New York City Public High Schools To Reopen March 22, All Sports To Return Mid-AprilOn Monday, the mayor, joined by new Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter, made the announcement.