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The turmoil unfolded on Nov. 20, when hundreds of students filled the halls of the Queens school in protest of a social media photo of a teacher holding an “I Stand With Israel” sign

The city’s decision to base funding allocations on last year’s homeless student data would exclude about 21,000 newcomers, Lander said.

Applications to the city’s network of public colleges more than quadrupled last month.

The cuts will affect universal preschool, wraparound services in community schools, and a popular summer school program.

About 915,000 children are enrolled in the city’s public schools, nearly 1% more than last year.

After months of deliberation, a new report offers 12 recommendations for how the state’s graduation measures can improve.

Parent-teacher conferences remain virtual in NYC. Some love it, some hate it. Overall, fewer are joining.

Debates over political speech for students and staff have flared at educational institutions across the country in the month since Hamas’s Oct. 7. Attack.

Mayoral control has been regularly extended over the past two decades.

The complex process can be daunting for the tens of thousands of eighth graders applying to public high schools.

Lack of access to school buildings has long been a barrier for students with physical disabilities.