Brooklyn teacher dies with coronavirus

Sandra Santos-Vizcaino, who taught third grade at an elementary school in Brooklyn, is the first New York City school teacher reported to have died of COVID-19.

NYC, other cities take unplanned plunge into online learning

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.

NYC keeps schools open, defying coronavirus trend

COVID-19 has already turned the lights out on Broadway and shuttered big New York gathering spots from art museums to Carnegie Hall, but the mayor said shuttering schools could hamper the city's ability to respond to the crisis.

Students across NYC prepping for SHSAT exam

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.