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If the Brooklyn borough president prevails, he would control the nation’s largest school system starting Jan. 1, 2022.
In partnership with the Campaign for Children, Chalkbeat will push the Democratic candidates to spell out their visions for educating the city’s youngest learners.
A glimpse into the lives of six New York City third graders reveals that remote learning can feel discouraging and difficult for students and their caregivers, but it can also include moments of joy and connection.
New York City’s roughly 1 million students aren’t likely to return to their school buildings before June 26, which means they will have spent about a third of the school year learning remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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That is why Chalkbeat, in conjunction with RedConnect, a community journalism project by CUNY Social Journalism graduate student, is livestreaming tonight’s meeting
“School Colors” is an eight-part documentary podcast series about the educational landscape in District 16, in Central Brooklyn.
To increase integration, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday that he is accepting nearly all the initial recommendations of the city’s School Diversity Advisory Group.
Students from across New York City walked out of classes and marched for action on climate change Friday, joining youth across the world in youth climate strikes.
The mayor’s plan to eliminate the single exam used to determine admissions at the city’s specialized high schools divided candidates for public advocate during a debate on NY1 Wednesday night. Only three of the hopefuls for the office — for which there will be a special election on Feb. 26 — expressed support for
Many teachers made time to share their excitement about the 2018-19 school year on Twitter, following the lead of Chancellor Richard Carranza.