Hundreds of thousands of elementary school students are heading back to classrooms Tuesday.
The union representing thousands of school leaders in New York City announced a unanimous vote of "No Confidence" in Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday.
One of New York City's largest high schools announced on Saturday it would begin the school year with to all-remote instruction.
The city promised 100,000 slots, part of the new program called Learning Bridges, providing free childcare options for children from pre-K through 8th grade on days when they are scheduled for remote learning.
The day many parents have either been anticipating or dreading for months is here, students in New York City are heading back to school on Monday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says he is confident NYC schools will be able to meet the new timeline for returning students to in-person learning.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that he was delaying the reopening of New York City public schools for in-person classes again.
The decision to delay in-person classes in New York City came as a surprise to kids and parents across the city.
New York City delayed the opening of the return to the classroom on Thursday, announcing that the return to in-person learning will happen in 3 separate phases.
New York City's already delayed school year started remotely on Wednesday before students return to actual classrooms next week.
Parents and students got their first preview of what remote classes will look like in New York City on Wednesday.
Students began a school year unlike any other in New York City history on Wednesday.
The president of the city’s teachers’ union says they won't let New York City schools open later this month if the city doesn’t do what’s needed.
As New York City schools get ready to open, the UFT has revealed that 16 staffers at the Department of Education have tested positive for coronavirus.
The New York City Department of Education has confirmed that two teachers, both from Brooklyn, have tested positive for coronavirus.
The New York City Department of Education has released the calendar for the upcoming coronavirus-delayed 2020-21 school year.
Schools across New York City are looking to show how classes can be moved outside to more safely facilitate in-person learning.
As the debate continues to swirl over how to best resume indoor classes safely, many say outdoor learning should remain a viable option.
As the first day of school in New York City comes closer, it's still unknown if the city's teachers will go on strike over coronavirus safety measures at the city's schools.
A group of principals in the Bronx say that it’s unsafe for their schools to conduct classes outside because the neighborhoods around the buildings are riddled with drugs and violence.