New York City Considering Ban On Chocolate Milk In SchoolsIt's a popular item on cafeteria menus. But, chocolate milk may soon be a thing of the past for New York City schools.
Demanding Answers: Why Can't Parents Use GPS To Track Their Kids On NYC School Buses?New York City parents remain infuriated over their inability to track their kids on city school buses. 
10-Year-Old Was Killed In Accident At MTA Bus Stop Because School Bus Kept Leaving Without Him, Father ClaimsPolice say the 60-year-driver had a medical episode and jumped the curb, where the young student was waiting for an MTA bus.
Parents Fuming, Say NYC Failed To Deliver On Promise Of GPS Tracking Of School BusesJust one week into the new school year and hundreds of parents are complaining that a new GPS system that was supposed to be on all city school buses does not work.
NYC May Miss Deadline To Install GPS On All School BusesIt looks like the city's Department of Education is going to miss the bus on a crucial deadline.
Change Coming To Way Teachers Educate NYC Public School Students, Highlighting More Cultures In The Classroom"For instance as a social studies teacher that serves a student body that is primarily Latin and black I have designed curricula around the hip-hop culture,” teacher Maurice Blackmon explained.
Lawyer For Women Suing Dept. Of Education Speaks OutThe lawyer for three high-level administrators suing the city Department of Education for $90 million is expected to talk publicly today about their claims.
Schools Chancellor Carranza Denies Claims Of Toxic Work Environment For Whites Made In $90 Million LawsuitDoes getting hired for a top job at the city Department of Education depend on your on race? That's the charge in a stunning $90 million lawsuit filed against School Chancellor Richard Carranza.
NYC May Face Lawsuit Over Schools Chancellor Carranza's Reorganization Of Department Of EducationSchools Chancellor Richard Carranza has vowed to vigorously defend himself against charges his reorganization of the city's educational bureaucracy was based on race, creating an environment hostile to whites.
NYC Expected To Approve GPS Tracking For School BusesAfter decades of delay, the city council is poised to pass legislation that will mandate GPS tracking on all school buses, so parents can see exactly where their kids are.
Students Lobby At City Hall For Sports EquitySports are a big part of high school life. But one organization says African-American and Latino students don't have as much access as others.