New York City schools serve about 950,000 meals a day — breakfast, lunch and after-school. The schools' top chef is trying to bring cafeteria food into the modern era.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan had lunch with Albany lawmakers and Gov. Cuomo in an effort to help pass the governor's education tax credit.
Lorraine Hexstall was angry about the way her son was being treated in school. While she struggled to help him, she also decided nobody should have to experience the same ordeal.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration reversed course on Thursday, restoring funds so that 17,000 middle school students can attend enrichment classes over the summer.
New arrivals from Yemen with prodigious soccer skills are finding benefits of the game extend well beyond the field.
Twenty-eight guidance counselors had a rare moment in the spotlight, as Chancellor Carmen Fariña recognized them with awards for their work in New York City schools.
Education officials sent offer letters Wednesday to New York City's gifted and talented classes. Fewer children applied, making competition slightly less fierce than in previous years.
MaryEllen Elia's appointment to the state's top education post was praised by a range of stakeholders, including teachers who cited her record as a good collaborator in Florida.
A New York City program that encourages schools to try new approaches to teaching is doubling in size in its second year.
While the decision by New York officials to reject 15 new charter schools raised concerns for some, Board of Regents head Merryl Tisch shut down criticism with a few choice words.
School budgets passed at a high rate across the state this year, without the usual controversy.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pressing lawmakers to pass $150 million worth of education tax credits before the legislative session ends. We look at who really would benefit from the credits.
Lunch tables and benches painted by New York City students will populate the city parks this summer.
A panel appointed by the Board of Regents suggested changes to the state's teacher evaluation law, but they don't go far enough to satisfy some critics.
New York City principals have starring roles in a video series made by PBS and the Wallace Foundation that brings the work of school leadership to life.
In a school year when the deaths of black men at the hands of police dominated the news, hundreds of teachers attended a conference on how to talk about these issues with students.
Parent leaders make the case that the next time a parent steps up to volunteer for an education council, the state should say 'thank you' instead of checking for a rap sheet.
New York City expects to spend more than $30 million renting private space for charter schools by June 2016, thanks to a new state law.
It's the second year of new and harder certification tests for New York teachers in training. And they're expensive, costing nearly $1,000 in all.
Trinity Church's fourth annual PromMania! event gave students from New York City schools a chance to look over 350 free formal outfits.