New York City Schools To Eliminate Entry Exam For Gifted And Talented ProgramsA big change is coming for New York City's Gifted and Talented programs for students.
De Blasio, Carranza Announce New Admission Guidelines For NYC's Public High Schools And Middle SchoolsThe changes include elimination of the use of academic screening for middle schools for one year.
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 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.
Coronavirus Closure: Mayor De Blasio Under Fire As New York City Public Schools Return To All-Remote LearningThe move comes after a surge in coronavirus cases brought the city's weekly infection rate above 3%.
COVID In NYC: Schools Switching To All-Remote Learning Starting ThursdayMayor Bill de Blasio said earlier this week if schools must close, he will work with the state to reopen them as soon and safely as possible.
NYC Public School Parents Have Until Nov. 15 To Switch Kids From All Remote Classes To Blended LearningStarting Nov. 2, parents with children attending New York City Public Schools can opt-in to blended learning - a mix of remote and in-person classes.
De Blasio Releases New York City Public School Blended And Remote Learning Attendance RecordsHe says attendance averages about 85%, which he acknowledged is lower than pre-COVID.
New York City Council Members Demand Student Attendance Records From Education Officials; 'This Is Not A Game'There were many questions, few answers and a whole lot of frustration at a New York City Council hearing.
NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza Stops By Outdoor Education Class In QueensThe chancellor says there are currently 11 sites utilizing outdoor learning.
Principals' Union Votes 'No Confidence' In Mayor De Blasio's Reopening Of New York City SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza got a failing grade from the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators.