‘Being weaponized’: Students, teachers of color discuss ‘critical race theory,’ history in classrooms
High school senior Sarah Torres heads to her Advanced Placement U.S. Government class every morning
A year into remote learning, South Bronx students still don’t have equitable access to devices, internet but the community won’t stop fighting for these students
It’s been a year since the COVID-19 pandemic swept across New York, shuttering schools and
Parents at a few high-performing Mott Haven schools are worried that years of hard work and academic success could be undercut when the city closes JHS162 and offers its students the opportunity to transfer to those schools.
Public and charter school administrators came together with education advocates for a panel discussion at Hostos Community College, to exchange views about ways of easing tensions over scarce resources.