New Task Force Aims To Tackle Trauma In New York City Schools With Healing-Centered ApproachThe first-of-its-kind task force will find new ways to address disciplinary and safety policies in schools that are based on healing, rather than punishment.
ICE Says International Students Taking Online-Only Classes Cannot Stay In U.S.Students already in the U.S.will need to transfer to other schools providing in-person instruction, depart the country or face potential deportation, ICE said.
Distance Learning Tools And Links For Parents Teaching At HomeHere's a look at parents across the Tri-State Area are sharing resources online to build and expand their districts' learning plans.
Coronavirus Update: Remote Learning Turns Living Rooms Into ClassroomsGov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all New York schools to develop a remote learning system by March 23, and some have already started.
Colleges Accused Of Buying Student Information Just To Boost Their Own Admission Rankings“They’re selling the data for 47 cents a name,” Leonie Haimson of the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy said.
New York Lawmakers Consider Letting Kids Take Mental Health Days From SchoolA recent study from the Pew Research Center found 70 percent of teens in the U.S. view anxiety and depression as a major problem among their peers.
Berkeley College Opens Clothing Boutique To Help Students Dress For SuccessDressing for success is a big part of the interview process, but it can be difficult to afford the best threads, especially if you’re a student.
N.J. School's Laundry Program Teaching Bullied Kids To Wash And LearnCBS2's Lisa Rozner first spoke with the principal of Newark’s West Side High School last month about his fundraising efforts to help set up a laundry room for underprivileged students.
Senior Citizens Head Back To School To Help New Jersey StudentsThe school year is just getting started, and at one at New Jersey elementary school, senior citizens are joining five-year-olds in the classroom.
Parents Have Mixed Reactions To Teachers Texting Their StudentsMany teachers say they've started texting students to give them assignments or help them with school work, but that's not sitting well with some New Jersey parents.
Monmouth University Suspends All Fraternities And SororitiesJust as a new college semester begins, Monmouth University in New Jersey has suspended all fraternities and sororities indefinitely.
Mold Spores Found At New Jersey Schools, First Day Of Class DelayedTwo elementary schools in Hopatcong have reportedly found mold spores in their classrooms, prompting officials to check every building in the district.
Retired Special Ed Teacher Leaves $1 Million To Students In WillMrs. Via Cava left the generous donation in her will after years of careful saving.
Valedictorian Claims High School Censored Graduation SpeechAn Illinois high school valedictorian has hired a lawyer after claiming school officials demanded he remove all religious references from his graduation speech.
School District Forcing Students To Smile In Hallways, Reports SayA Pennsylvania school district is under fire for a policy that allegedly requires students to smile when walking in school hallways.