As New York City engages in a lively debate about the lack of diversity at eight elite city high schools, Hunter’s disparities are starker.
So far, chancellor’s plan to add nine executive superintendents is being met with cautious optimism from some principals and school advocates.
The sweeping new structure is meant to “streamline” the way principals and district superintendents are supported by creating another level of executive superintendents.
The 2017-18 school year wraps up today in New York City. But before you head off on vacation, hit the beach, or board the bus to camp, we’ve compiled some of the biggest education stories to recap the year that was. 1. After more than half a century in the New York City education department, schools Chancellor Carmen
New York lawmakers went home for the summer without overhauling a controversial teacher evaluation law that ties state test scores to educator ratings.
The ruling upends the plans of the city’s largest charter school network, Success Academy.
As the legislative session comes to a close, here's what you need to know about the upcoming battle over teacher evaluations.
Here’s what you should know about Nixon’s plan for New York’s K-12 schools.
Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan released an overhaul teacher evaluations — but it has strings attached that will make it hard for some lawmakers to accept.
New York state’s top education policymakers will vote on six New York City charter schools in their last meeting before summer break.