Mayor Bill De Blasio Outlines Plan To Close COVID Achievement Gap As Parents Worry Students Are Falling BehindA new six-point framework, still short of an actual plan, is aimed at helping students catch up.
New Program By Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Offers Homework Help For Parents, Students Struggling With Remote LearningAs a way to bridge the widening education gap, organizers have paired up 120 students with volunteer tutors for free weekly homework support.
New Data Shows Remote Classes Are Leading To Learning Loss In Young StudentsNew academic performance data shows remote learning is taking a toll on students in many ways.
New York City Public Elementary, Pre-K Schools To Reopen For In-Person Classes MondayThe schools chancellor and the city said there's no reopening plan yet for sixth grade and up.
De Blasio To Parents Of Students Registered For In-Person Learning: Use It Or Lose ItStarting Monday, school buildings reopen for 3-K through fifth grade students. 
Schools: The New Normal | Experts Say Constant Remote Learning Is Forcing Teens To Be Adults Before They're ReadyAs schools continue to navigate hybrid, remote, and in-person learning, much of the focus has been on the younger students. Now, some high school students say they feel like the forgotten children.
Frustrated Parents Demand NYC Reopen Schools; De Blasio Says Plan Is Coming Next WeekAngry parents protested outside Gracie Mansion on Wednesday, accusing Mayor Bill de Blasio of dragging his feet in devising a plan to reopen schools.
Schools: The New Normal | State, New York City Make Moves To Bridge Digital Divide For Remote LearningThe digital divide has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Demanding Answers, Getting Action: Following CBS2 Report, Kristin Bruan Gets Daughter Seated In City's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Parents Of Special Needs Students Say They Are Being Shut Out Of NYC's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some parents say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Sudden Switch To Remote Learning Means Particular Challenge For Students With Special NeedsCity stats show more than half were enrolled for in-person learning, likely because they rely on support services that can't be replicated through a screen.