From school performance to charters to standardized test results, catch up on some of the most important issues facing the education system.
Mayor de Blasio has made the eradication of “implicit bias” from the minds of municipal employees a major initiative of his administration. Read More.
What will de Blasio's next step be with the gifted and talented program in New York? Read More.
As the first day of school approaches for New York City’s 1.1 million schoolchildren, the city Department of Education faces some serious challenges. Read More.
New York schools chief Richard Carranza is working hard to make change happen—but his kind of change won’t do much to improve education. Read More.
The state legislature finished up its session last week having made good on a promise to pass as much of its far-left agenda as possible. Read More.
Yesterday Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza announced a new program called “Social Emotional Learning.” Read More.
Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza has made clear that he thinks New York City’s schools are racially segregated and in need of correction. Read More.
New York City already has excellent high schools that admit students without consideration of the controversial specialized high school test. Read More.
The state cap on charter schools has been reached, but Governor Cuomo is calling on the legislature to lift it. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.