Nine graduates from East Harlem’s DREAM Charter High School will attend the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) starting next year as part of a unique cohort model established in partnership by DREAM and RIT.
DREAM today launched the DREAM Teaching Fellowship, an initiative that will create more direct pathways to classroom leadership and kick-start the teaching careers of DREAM alumni and part-time staff.
At a virtual ceremony hosted by NYC Service, New York City Mayor Eric Adams awarded DREAM and its partner S. Katzman Produce with the 2022 Mayor Service Partnership Impact Award.
Schools Chancellor David C. Banks today will deliver remarks on his vision for New York City public schools and the Department of Education’s priorities.
To celebrate national mentoring month, Chief Service Officer Paula Gavin and Schools Chancellor Carmen Faria announced that 25,000 high school students and 10,000 mentors participated in programs associated with the NYC Youth Mentoring Initiative.
The NY Posts reports that there are the schools Mayor de Blasio doesn’t mention. At 32 city elementary and middle schools, the average English-math proficiency rate on state exams has not exceeded 10 percent of students for four years in a row.
DREAM Charter School received the full approval from the Panel for Educational Policy by a 12-0 vote last week to site a new Pre-K program in the P.S. 50 school building.
Parents and public school advocates staged a dramatic protest outside the New York City Department of Education on Tuesday against a bid, backed by Governor Andrew Cuomo and financed by Wall Street lobbyists, to evict special needs students in order to make room for charter school expansion.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took off the gloves in his battle with education reformers, rescinding an agreement for the city to share space with several public charter schools.
New York City Civic Engagement Commission (CEC) Chair and Executive Director Dr. Sarah Sayeed today announced the launch of “The People’s Money” voting phase.
NYC Kids RISE, the NYC Department of Education, City officials, and partners announced today that more than 70,000 new students across the city have been enrolled in the Save for College Program.
By Michael McQuillan I walk on the beach, so rhythmic rippling waves soothe confusion. My life’s work sought social justice but now the world’s gone mad.
Mayor de Blasio today celebrated the first Community Scholarship donation since the citywide roll-out of New York City’s universal “Baby Bonds” program from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Chancellor Meisha Porter and kindergarteners from The Williamsburg Bridge Magnet School today to kick off New York City’s first-ever “Baby Bonds” program.
Adriano Espaillat easily fended off two challengers in Tuesday’s general election to win another term in Congress, NY1 projected.