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.
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.
Mayor De Blasio Gets Earful From Lawmakers On Lead Testing In Schools, Gifted And Talented ProgramsThe de Blasio administration is furiously backpedaling on several hot-button education issues that have upset elected officials and parents right before the start of school.
NYC Scales Back NYPD Involvement In Schools, Police Won't Be Called For 'Low Level Offenses'Schools chancellor Richard Carranza announced the city is adding 85 new licensed social workers, limiting suspensions to 20 days, and has overhauled its agreement with the NYPD's involvement in schools.
Schools Chancellor Carranza On Race-Based Agenda Criticism: 'I Will Not Be Silenced, I Will Not Be Quiet'Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Monday passionately defended his race-based agenda as he unveiled the next steps in his move to diversify and desegregate city schools.
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.
Report Finds Black Students In NYC Suspended Longer Than OthersLocal leaders and youth organizations called on the Department of Education to make a change across city schools after the study was released.
Schools Chancellor Carranza Gets Earful From City Council Over Continuing Bus ProblemsSchools Chancellor Richard Carranza was on the hot seat Tuesday. He was grilled by the City Council about the frustrating bus delays and other mishaps that have infuriated parents.
UPDATE: Schools Chancellor Promises Action After More Moldy Food UncoveredSchools Chancellor Richard Carranza vows to find a new recipe for delivering meals to the city's 1.1 million public school students after CBS2 uncovered another stomach turning example of inedible food.
Exclusive: Moldy Bread Latest Headache For NYC SchoolsOn the front burner again are the meals served to the city's 1.1 million public school students.
Exclusive: NYC Schools Chancellor Fires Head Of Pupil Transportation Over Bus MishapsThe head of pupil transportation for New York City schools has been fired after a nightmarish string of bus mishaps marred the start of school.
Some Parents Already Fed Up With One School Bus CompanyIt has been a shaky start to the school year for some parents and students dealing with revamped school bus routes that are causing confusion and mix-ups.
Midtown South Community Council Out To Make Sure Students Don't Go To School Wearing Dirty ClothesA Midtown non-profit is raising money so that hundreds of New York City students won't have to wear dirty clothes to school this year.