THE CITY’s Open Newsroom is partnering with Chalkbeat, ProPublica and Brooklyn Public Library to host this event. Reporter Abigail Kramer and student journalist Yan Zhen Zhu will co-moderate a conversation between parents, students and policymakers, followed by a Q&A session.
The event is on May 11, from 6 - 7:30 p.m., at Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library in Prospect Heights.
If you’d like to ask a question ahead of time and have it answered via email, send it to email@example.com with the subject line “Mental Health.”
The event is free with an RSVP.
Officials have said little about their plans for Friday, though, when high school students are scheduled to return to their campuses.
New York City canceled recess, Public School Athletic League sports competitions, and outdoor field days on Wednesday due to the unhealthy air quality.
Expanded education programs on nutrition and a greater offering of plant-based foods are among the plans outlined in a new report.
Programs have long struggled to provide all children with the services they need, as they are legally required to do.
The first day of school is Sept. 7. Spring holidays are spread out next year, with a day off for Good Friday on March 29 and for Eid al-Fitr on April 10, and with a week off for spring break, coinciding with Passover, starting April 22.
This year’s offer data shows very little change in racial and economic diversity, particularly for high school, despite seeing the biggest admissions changes.