7th Grader Starts Petition To Get NYC Department Of Education To Restore Pre-Coronavirus Grading PolicyHigh-achieving students in New York City are concerned the Department of Education's new grading policy will prevent them from getting accepted into the schools of their choice.
Coronavirus Update: NYC's Department Of Education Wants Schools To Stop Using Zoom Video Conferencing Service Over Security ConcernsZoom began offering its premium video conferencing service to schools for free during the coronavirus pandemic, but hackers have been disrupting meetings.
New York School Administration Official Charged In Child Sex Crime StingFederal prosecutors have charged a high-ranking Department of Education official for allegedly using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime in Wisconsin.
NYC Department Of Education Fires High-Ranking Official In Wake Of 'Incredibly Disturbing' AllegationsOn Sunday, police arrested David Hay, 39, at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, charging him with using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime.
Special Needs Students Sat In Dangerously Hot Conditions On Queens School Buses, Report ClaimsA former school employee at the Lifeline Center for Child Development claims temperatures inside the buses reached 104 degrees at times.
School Board Member Apologizes For Use Of Asian Slur, Says She Wants To Represent All RacesThe Brooklyn school board member under fire for using a racial slur to describe Asian-Americans spoke out on Wednesday.
Parents Voice Safety Concerns Over Early Election Voting At Manhattan Public SchoolAs election season nears, there are growing concerns about strangers on school campuses.
City Official In Charge Of NYC School Buses Fired Amid Growing Problems For Students, ParentsThe Department of Education says it fired Alexandra Robinson, the top city executive in charge of public school buses used by 150,000 students every day.
De Blasio Considers Giving Up Fight To Scrap NYC's Elite High School Test, Push Diversity Into Admissions ProcessThis summer a bill backed by the mayor, that would scrap the admissions test, didn't even go up for a vote in Albany.
NYC School Bus Drops Autistic 5-Year-Old Off At Wrong School, Officials Just Marked Him 'Absent'"They said no he didn’t show up they have him marked as absent. I said absent? He was on the bus this morning,” the boy's father, Peter Hionas said.
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.