Protesters mostly made up of parents from District 26 called for New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza to be ousted for what they call a failing system of spending.
A group of NYC officials and educators gathered Friday to tackle the nightmare of hate crimes after a spate of anti-Semitic attacks in the city.
A group of public officials visited a Brooklyn high school on Friday to discuss the recent rise in hate crimes in New York City and fighting bigotry.
Federal prosecutors in Wisconsin have charged a high-ranking New York City education official with allegedly using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime and possessing child pornography.
Parents passionate about their children’s education packed a community education council meeting on Thursday in Jamaica, Queens for School District 28.
A city Department of Education probe of more than two dozen ultra-Orthodox Jewish schools found only a couple that currently provided education meeting state standards in secular subjects.
Activists rallied at City Hall on Monday after a Department of Education report found that only 2 of 28 Yeshiva schools in New York City provide their students with an adequate secular education.
A Brooklyn teacher got the boot from the classroom for telling his first-grade class that Santa Clause isn't real.
Hundreds of teenagers filled Queens Center on Friday. Some teens got disorderly and created "mayhem." Police responded and cleared them out.
There are growing concerns over a shortage of school nurses causing more than 700 of New York City’s 2,000 schools to go a partial or full day without a nurse on site.
The Board of Education has banned processed meat from being served in public school cafeterias following a resolution by the New York City Council.
The pressure is on with just about a month to go until test day for the Specialized High School Admissions test, the lone entry exam for entry into the City's eight elite high schools.
New York City’s Department of Education has announced that schools will be closed on December 23 this year.
Many Muslims argue that the president's foreign policy is fostering a more vocal Islamophobia in the United States. And it is especially problematic for women who wear traditional garments, which they say makes them targets for hate.
Something incredible is happening inside the Validus Prep Library. The energy is at a fever pitch for the performers, not celebrities, but students who write verses to popular beats using the terminology of their science lessons.
I was so disappointed to read Bratton's editorial in the New York Post which downplays the significant rise in shootings and murders in the city during his tenure.