Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Still Hopes To Open NYC Schools In AprilThe mayor admits that meeting that April date will be a big challenge.
Top New York City School Official Facing Child Sex Crime ChargesA spokesperson for the Department of Education says he was terminated after the city learned of his arrest in Wisconsin.
Controversial Plan Recommends Eliminating Gifted-And-Talented Programs In NYC SchoolsNew proposed practices include offering advanced classes in every school and creating magnet schools based on interests like math, science and humanities.
New York City Public Schools To Close Thursday For SnowstormNew York City is closing public schools Thursday, as a snowstorm bears down on the area.
NYC School System Plans New $8 Million Anti-Bullying StrategyA new anti-bullying strategy has been launched in New York City schools.
CBS2 Exclusive: New School Year, New Complaints About Contaminated Food Given To NYC StudentsJust days into the new school year, there are already problems with the food served to New York City’s 1.1 million students.
NYC Schools Chancellor Getting Rid Of School 'Support Networks'Farina announced Thursday that she'll do away with a system of 55 school "support networks" put in place by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Report: NYC School Cleaner Accused Of Sexually Abusing Woman, Stealing Her PhoneA New York City school worker arrested Wednesday, reportedly on allegations that he robbed and molested a woman in a Bronx school.
De Blasio: Now We Can Move Forward To Fix Our School SystemMayor Bill de Blasio said now that funding for pre-kindergarten has been secured his administration can move forward with other education initiatives.
One Million New York City Students Head Back To School MondaySchool officials have been busy reworking bus routes and finding empty seats for students who live in areas where the schools cannot re-open right away.
NYC Public Schools Change 'Discipline Code' To Ease Penalties For Smoking, Cursing, Cutting Class“Our goal is to make sure the schools are providing a safe environment for our students, but also we just don't push students out of the classroom where they're not learning as well,” Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said.
NYC Disputes Schools PCBs ClaimThe federal government wants the city to replace fluorescent light fixtures that might leak PCBs. The city says they pose no immediate danger.