A Park Slope elementary school has put an end to traditional homework and replaced it with play-based learning.
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The application process for public New York City high schools can be baffling. Here are our top tips for navigating a confusing system.
The New York City Education Department is expected to announce a plan today to help black and Hispanic students gain acceptance to some of the most competitive high schools.
A round-up of amazing stories of NY-area graduates from local high schools and colleges.
The Harborfields Board of Education voted 6-1 Tuesday night to approve a cap-piercing $82.85 million school budget that includes a full-day kindergarten program.
Despite hundreds of new pre-kindergarten seats that are opening in Queens for next school year, competition remains fierce and waitlists remain long in many heavily populated neighborhoods.
A Year with Children is an annual exhibit, now in its 45th year, that showcases the artwork of New York City public school students in grades 2-6 at the Guggenheim Museum.
Garden School in Jackson Heights announced its full Merit Scholarship winners for 2016: Asia Chen, a fifth-grader from Flushing, and Michael O'Sullivan, a fifth-grader who lives in Sunnyside.
Sean "Diddy" Combs announced Monday the August 2016 opening of the new Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School in Manhattan.
A significant number of New York families are more than satisfied with their experience with universal Pre-K, a survey reported by the New York Daily News revealed.
A new study shows that New York City kids who attend Pre-k are more likely to try out for gifted programs later on.
When it comes to their children’s education, NYC parents are more involved than ever, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña told the New York Daily News.
Thanks to a new partnership between New York City Public Schools and Microsoft, all of NYC’s 1.1 million students will be receiving free copies of Microsoft Office Software.
Plans are underway for the construction of a 476-seat elementary school in downtown Manhattan to address overcrowding issues.
Pre-K enrollment in New York City starts Jan. 25. Are you ready?
The Department of Education reports an overall rise in graduation rates in New York City, despite tougher requirements for students to receive diplomas.
P.S. 17 Hendy D. Woodworth in Williamsburg, is the city’s first German dual language program and is now accepting applications.
Five area families discuss why they chose the type of school to which they send their children—parochial, charter, public, or private—and the benefits they found in each school setting.
Eight New York schools named to the Top Innovative Schools list in a country-wide round-up of boundary breaking educational institutions.
Mayor De Blasio is putting city schools' focus squarely on the science of computers. By 2025, our students will be better prepared for the burgeoning technology jobs in the city.
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The city is trying to reach parents of kids in the lowest-performing schools by taking the old-fashioned approach.
Stamford Charter School for Excellence, which is based on the proven model of the Bronx Charter School for Excellence, is set to open in the fall. The charter school in Stamford is accepting applications for pre-K through first grade.
Many parents and teachers are angered by proposed changes to the way teacher evaluations are performed, giving even more weight to standardized test scores and less to the input of school principals. Protests are planned for next week, and parents can help spread the word.