The city's Department of Education has, at least, submitted a new District Physical Education Plan to the state. The first since 1982.
New York City high school students put their boats in the Hudson River this weekend, after a long winter of building sea-ready vessels.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is adding $34 million to his budget proposal, to make up for a shortfall in state funding at struggling schools.
The riots and protests in Baltimore may seem far away from the classrooms in New York City, but some teachers have made a point of incorporating them into their lessons.
With controversies brewing in New York State over new learning standards and testing, charter groups and teachers' unions spent the most in lobbying dollars last year.
Students said they would like to be tested on: U.S. presidents, hockey, appreciation, history, jumping rope and social media, among other things.
New York City officials are busy recruiting teachers to staff the second-year expansion of free full-day pre-kindergarten.
After promising intensive support to a middle school in Crown Heights, officials say they've decided it's better to merge it with a more successful neighbor.
They might not be able to spell, but these first graders from Ms. Marisa's class at PS 859 in Manhattan are fast becoming wee Wordsworths.
Chancellor Carmen Fariña is urging schools to try restorative justice practices in order to reduce suspensions. What does that look like? At one school, it means much more talking.
A look inside a high school that has used mediation and other techniques to change the culture of the school community, and sharply bring down suspension rates.
Pencils down. The state tests are over. Now we want to hear some of the other skills and achievements that should get some recognition.
It's deadline time for students accepted to college for the fall. A high school senior and a college advisor share their views on choosing the right school.
The radio story Keith Tingman reported when he was just 15 has helped young people with parents in jail. That is part of Keith's legacy, in a life that ended too soon.
The chancellor of the New York Board of Regents steps in and postpones by a year Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to enact new teacher evaluations by this fall.
A teacher at a Success Academy charter school makes the case that her network's approach helps even the most challenged students achieve results.
On the eve of the state math test, some parents of New York City public school students are choosing once again to opt out.
A high-profile researcher claims there could be many more families who need full-day pre-k classes than the city thinks, but Mayor de Blasio's administration is confident about its math.
Concerns about the state tests may be legion, or they may comprise a small fraction of public opinion. We don't know because most educators are too nervous to talk about them.
Sitting for lengthy exams is no small task.