The New York City Department of Education is banning the use of the video conference software Zoom over the sudden rise of "Zoombombing", the practice of participants unexpectedly appearing in conferences and sending pornography or other offensive material to other attendees.
According to an statement by the New York City Department of Education, remote learning will continue for students and teachers through Spring Recess, which was originally scheduled for April 9 through April 17.
Starting Friday, all New York City residents can get free meals at any of the locations that are handing out food for students.
New York lawmakers were preparing Wednesday to work late into the night to pass a budget that is expected to slash school aid as the coronavirus outbreak roils the state's economy.
Medical students from across Long Island are deciding to graduate early in order to get out onto the front lines of battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Medical students from across Long Island are joining the fight against coronavirus, graduating early to help battle the pandemic.
Several states have closed all schools in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
A California woman was sentenced Tuesday to seven months in prison for paying bribes to rig her two daughters' college admissions exams and get one of them into Georgetown University as a fake tennis recruit.
Students haven’t been on the campus of St. Thomas Academy for three weeks, but one teacher is working hard to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The mayor said the city has gotten reports of a small number of religious communities are still ignoring the rules banning gatherings and continue to hold group services.
Communities can bond over rainbows even in these times of social distancing.
With schools shut across the nation, high school juniors and seniors across the nation currently homeschooling are being reminded that just because tests and exams have been postponed or canceled, doesn’t mean they can slack off on their college admissions preparation.
Many high school students across the nation are dealing with difficult questions when it comes to applying for college.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia's governor asked Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. on Wednesday to reconsider his decision to welcome students back to the Lynchburg campus this week after their spring break.
Children in a New Jersey neighborhood stood in their driveways and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. The coronavirus pandemic has left their school closed.
The AP College Board said that students taking the online exams can choose between two different testing dates.
The New York City school system, the nation's largest with 1.1 million students, took the plunge into online education on Monday, joining districts around the U.S. in an unplanned, unprecedented test of virtual teaching during the coronavirus shutdowns.
The loss of the ability to smell or taste could be a sign that an individual has coronavirus, according to a recent report.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, President Donald Trump announced that states can cancel school testing that was previously required by the federal government.
At Parkmead Elementary School in Walnut Creek, Calif., some educators are hosting dance parties online. Other students don't have access to tech at all.