Julian Shen-Berro

Julian Shen-Berro

Reporter, Chalkbeat New York

Julian Shen-Berro is a reporter for Chalkbeat New York. He previously covered city politics at Politico and breaking news at The News & Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Columbia University.

New rules taking effect in 2024-25 respond to concerns about the impact on student mental health.

Despite a petition with more than 65 signatures from the school's families, parents say it is unclear why the club hasn't been formed.

Miss Major Middle School is one of 21 possible new charter schools vying for just nine spots, as applicants say a SUNY Charter Schools Institute vote could come as soon as next week.

We want to hear your thoughts on how artificial intelligence-powered tools like ChatGPT are affecting the classroom.

The city’s early childhood education system has taken center stage during budget negotiations between Mayor Eric Adams and City Council this year.

The nation’s largest school system is “very much leaning towards” banning cell phones, David Banks said Wednesday.

Known as “NYC Solves,” the new initiative will see 93 middle schools across eight school districts, as well as 420 high schools, using Illustrative Math this fall.

New York City’s Education Department will establish a new division to support students with disabilities and children learning English as a second language, Mayor Eric Adams announced on Monday.

The proposed actions follow a set of recommendations by the Blue Ribbon Commission and include ending a requirement that students pass state Regents exams to earn a diploma.

For families across New York City, tens of millions of dollars in unused food benefits from the final installment of a pandemic-era program have already begun to expire.