A coalition of anti-hunger advocates is calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio to fulfill a campaign pledge to serve breakfast in all schools, not just before the start of class.
The city guides for applying to middle school were available only in English weeks into the application season which was a big problem for many New York City parents.
"Probably the most stressful parenting endeavor I have yet encountered." That's what one parent said in a survey of District 15 parents about the search for a middle school.
Chancellor Carmen Fariña fulfilled her pledged to strengthen the role of school superintendents, the principals' bosses, by filling seven vacancies and replacing eight others.
How do you fit 22 third graders in a room the size of a Manhattan studio apartment? Ask P.S. 176 in Brooklyn. It's one of hundreds of crowded schools that can't catch a break.
New York high schoolers will be able to swap out a history test required for graduation for an exam of their choice, in subjects such as information technology or culinary arts.
The debate over admissions policies at New York City's most elite high schools has flared up again, as current eighth graders consider their options.
The departure of the Boys and Girls High School principal last week has sparked a debate about how far the chancellor will go to fix New York City's struggling schools.
Aspire. Achieve. Strive. Derek Jeter? Could they be parts of future NYC school names? See for yourself.
The latest findings from an ongoing review of the small high schools that replaced many of New York's massive schools show more upside, this time in terms of college.
New York City's Health Department has distributed guidance about the virus to schools and daycare centers.
At several NYC schools, teachers decide on everything from field trips to who gets hired but making these decisions democratic doesn't make them easy.
Sure a book needs to be good to interest a child but it also needs to be put in front of them in the first place. Parents and educators need to diversify their books shelves.
More than a week after a school's parent coordinator was wounded in gunfire, the head of her union is calling for more of a police presence outside city schools.
Education Commissioner John King suggested a way for New York City to get around the limit on charter schools, on the same day he visited a program to improve its district schools.
While the State University of New York panel in charge of charter schools voted for more to open, its members said they would closely monitor the schools' progress.
pre-k but workers are counting carefully because the future of the city's planned expansion depends on it.
New York City is home to hundreds of high schools, many of them excellent. A Bronx community leader argues that more teens should know about them.
There are still a lot of empty pre-kindergarten seats so education officials have extended the deadline for programs to report their final enrollment numbers.
State test scores won't count as much as they used to in middle school admissions. The change means dozens of the city's top middle schools are devising new formulas, and fast.