Mayor, Schools Chancellor Expanding '3-K For All' Program To More Students CitywideMore districts will soon offer classes for three-year-olds, bringing the number of students for the 2020-2021 school year to 26,000 citywide.
Talking Points: City Council Unveils Newest Plan To Get Homeless Off The StreetsThe panel also discussed former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's recent tweets.
Former NYC School Chancellors On Carranza Saying He's A Victim Of Racist Attacks: 'Put On Your Big Boy Pants'It has been a way of life since, well, pretty much forever -- schools chancellors on the receiving end of the wrath of public school parents.
Schools Chancellor Carranza Says He Has Been Victim Of Racist Remarks Due To His PoliciesRichard Carranza is playing the race card, charging that his aggressive plans to make schools more equitable for black and Hispanic students have made him the victim of personal racist attacks.
Queens Middle School Parents Demand Answers About Reports Of Violent Brawl, Sexual HarassmentThe matter may have gotten worse after the schools chancellor abruptly left a public meeting.
Brooklyn High School Students Get Hands On, High-Tech STEAM Experience At New LabInnovative companies and cutting edge technology are now at students' fingertips.
NYC Back-To-School: Mayor, Chancellor Tout New Initiatives As Students Return To ClassMore than a million students headed back to schools across New York City today. The new school year brought new initiatives, along with criticism of some long-standing programs.
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.
Controversial Plan Recommends Eliminating Gifted-And-Talented Programs In NYC SchoolsNew proposed practices include offering advanced classes in every school and creating magnet schools based on interests like math, science and humanities.
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.
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.
NYC Council Members Call For Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza To Be FiredThe council members sent a letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio saying Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza is diving the city.
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.