The New York State's Education Department has now canceled Regents exams and also modified graduation requirements this year.
Coronavirus Update: June 2020 Regents Exams Canceled In New York StateThe New York State's Education Department has now canceled Regents exams and also modified graduation requirements this year.
Coronavirus: Parents Frustrated As NYC Department Of Education Bans Use Of ZoomSecurity and privacy concerns have prompted the New York City Department of Education to ban the use of Zoom; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Murphy Talks On Status Of Coronavirus In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy addressed the highest single day of deaths in New Jersey due to COVID-19 and plans to keep public schools closed "indefinitely."
Coronavirus: Teachers, Parents Update School In Session For Passover, Good FridayTeachers and parents are speaking out against Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York School Chancellor Richard Carranza deciding to keep schools in session through Passover and Good Friday holidays. CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
Coronavirus Update: College Decision Deadlines Approach With Prospective Students Unable To Visit CampusesThe college admissions process is hard enough, and now the pandemic is making it even harder. Decision deadlines are coming up and students are trying to commit to a college while unable to physically visit campuses; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Toll: Beloved Principal James Brown Remembered In Caldwell, N.J.CBS2's John Elliott reports from Caldwell, N.J., where the community is mourning the loss of Grover Cleveland Middle School Principal James Brown who died from COVID-19 coronavirus-related illness this week.
Coronavirus Update: Many Children With Autism Not Getting Classes, Services They Need During PandemicApril is Autism Awareness Month, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced that 1 in 54 children in the United States is diagnosed with autism. CBS2’s Cindy Hsu spoke to parents about the challenges in the community, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Teachers Send Heartfelt Video Message To StudentsTeachers in Paterson, New Jersey, are using the power of the internet to let their students know they're missed during this time of social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Spring Break Canceled For New York Public School StudentsNew York Public School teachers, students and their families excited to get a break from remote learning got news Wednesday that Gov. Andrew Cuomo canceled their spring break; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Father Joseph O'Hare, Longtime Fordham University President, Dies At Age 89Fordham University is mourning the loss of its longest serving president, Father Joseph O'Hare.
College Decision Deadlines Approach With Prospective Students Unable To Visit CampusesThe college admissions process is hard enough, and now the pandemic is making it even harder. Decision deadlines are coming up and students are trying to commit to a college while unable to physically visit campuses; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Update: NY Students Unsure When Or If They Will Return To Classrooms This YearDespite the rising number of coronavirus infections, city leaders are yet to say whether schools will stay closed for the rest of the academic year; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Gov. Cuomo Updates On New York's Latest Measures Against CoronavirusGov. Andrew Cuomo speaks on March 27, 2020, about New York's latest measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 and treat those infected during the coronavirus outbreak.
Gov. Cuomo Announcing Plans To Extend All School Closures To April 15Gov. Andrew Cuomo talked about plans to keep New York State's schools closed to students until at least April 15, at which time he will assess if futher closures are needed due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.
Students, Parents Getting Some Help From Online TutorsWith the closure of schools all across the tri-state area, some children are having a tough time adapting to the new reality of remote learning. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez looks at some online resources for students and their parents.
Coronavirus Update: Parents Turn To Online Tutors As Students Adjust To Remote LearningWith the closure of schools all across the tri-state area, some children are having a tough time adapting to the new reality of remote learning; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Still Hoping To Re-Open NYC Schools In AprilMayor Bill de Blasio says he's still hoping to re-open New York City schools in less than a month.
Coronavirus Update: Medical Students Graduate Early To Help Amid PandemicDozens of medical students are answering the call for more help to fight COVID-19. They're graduating early and headed straight for the front lines of the pandemic; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
New Jersey Schools Cancel Statewide TestingGov. Phil Murphy says it just isn't feasible to hold the tests with students out of school.
NYU May Let Med Students Graduate EarlyNYU's school of medicine says it's considering early graduation for medial students, so they can join health care workers on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Says Official Statewide Student Assessments Will Not Happen This SpringWith students out of the classroom, New Jersey is making it official: statewide assessments will not happen this spring.
Coronavirus Update: Brooklyn Principal Dezann Romain First NYC Public School Staffer To DieDezann Romain is being remembered as a cheerleader for her students, with a healthy dose of tough love. CBS2's Cline-Thomas reports.
Coronavirus Update: Distance Learning Virtual Classrooms Restart First Day Of SchoolTeachers around the New York school system began teaching classes through remote learning on Monday. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
N.Y. State Teachers Required To Have Online Programs MondayAll across the state teachers are hunkering down for likely a long road of teaching remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Steve Overmyer knows the drill first hand, thanks to his wife, a kindergarten teacher.