Capital Preparatory Schools, is a growing family of college-prep charter schools serving historically disadvantaged students in the Bronx, and in Harlem opened with P. Diddy.
Nearly 73 percent of public high schools in New York City don’t have student newspapers or websites –– nor access to student journalism programs.
Schools Chancellor David C. Banks today announced the winners of the tenth annual Big Apple Awards, honoring 20 exemplary educators for their leadership, demonstrated dedication to their students, and contributions to their school community.
This morning, Mayor Eric Adams, Schools Chancellor David C. Banks, and the Department of Youth and Community Development announced enrollment for Summer Rising.
Mayor Adams and Schools Chancellor Banks today kicked off Civics Week.
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.
Harlem‘s Carver Federal Savings Bank (“Carver” or the “Bank”), a certified Minority Depository Institution (“MDI”), and the Touro Graduate School of Business (“Touro GSB”) announced today an innovative partnership.
Harlem’s Opportunity Charter School (OCS) this month celebrated the graduation of its high school senior class.
The $9.5 million dollar renovation of the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA), underwritten by legendary musician/philanthropist Herb Alpert and the Herb Alpert Foundation, has been completed.
A charter school network’s plan to open an “intentionally integrated” middle school in Manhattan’s third school district — which spans the entire Upper West Side and parts of Harlem — will move forward after securing a key state approval.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointment of the 13 remaining members to the City’s Charter Revision Commission – first announced as part of the Mayor’s DemocracyNYC agenda at his 2018 State of the City address in February.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointment of Cesar Perales as Chair of the City’s newly formed Charter Revision Commission.
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.
Pursuant to Section 1301 of the New York City Charter, the NYC Department of Small Business Services is proposing to continue a program that provides grants to companies that provide school bus transportation.
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.