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Here are the details on the state's dashboard, called the COVID-19 Report Card. [Read More]
Excitement marks the morning, as kids return to campus for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak. [Read More]
From safety protocols to student cohorts: A guide to the 2020-2021 academic year amid coronavirus. [Read More]
Some students will report for in-person learning Monday, while others will be taught remotely, as the return to campus is handled in phases. [Read More]
We're highlighting education happenings at Staten Island schools. [Read More]
Businesses are encouraged to submit their offer. [Read More]
Mexican flags, traditional music and dancing were seen on Port Richmond Avenue. [Read More]
It's back to the books for public school students in New York City come Monday. [Read More]
An overview of the methods to be used amid the coronavirus outbreak. [Read More]
A guide to holidays, staggered in-person re-entry and more. [Read More]
Will there be temperature checks? What if a student exhibits symptoms of coronavirus? Answers to these questions and more. [Read More]
All students will start the year with a full-day of instruction, whether they learn online or in-person. [Read More]
Problems included trouble logging in and hackers, according the New York Post. [Read More]
Check out Good Morning America report showing priceless reactions from these second-graders. [Read More]
The city is providing free priority rapid testing for students and teachers at 22 sites across the five boroughs. [Read More]
The DOE initially promised that, on virtual days, students would receive both synchronous and asynchronous instruction. [Read More]
'Students who haven't been inside a school building for half a calendar year will have a chance to reconnect with their school ...'... [Read More]
The 2,000 teachers added by city 'woefully short' of the 10,000 requested, union president says. [Read More]
Educators, union cite issues with monthly random coronavirus testing and claim conditions are unsafe, according to NBC. [Read More]
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