A number of Asian parents who moved to Forest Hills so that their children can attend high-quality schools in the neighborhood find that overcrowding has put their children on waiting lists, reports World Journal.
While many cheer Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s free tuition for college plan, undocumented immigrants are disappointed that they have not been included, Diario de México reports.
A team of Queens College immigrant students won a coding challenge by creating an app that helps students find college grants and scholarships, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Tarry Hum, a Chinese-American professor in the department of urban studies at Queens College, will take over as chair in the fall. She speaks to World Journal.
While graduation rates for English language learners falls some 20 percent below that of the overall rate citywide, schools profiled in Chalkbeat have seen different results.
Activists, students and teachers asked City Hall to keep funding English classes for adults, which benefit some 6,000 New Yorkers, in the new budget, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
The former Chinese-language teacher of President Trump’s granddaughter speaks to Sing Tao Daily about being a bilingual educator in New York.
From her job at Kingston City School District schools, Tatiana Rojas has become an indispensable link between the recently-arrived unaccompanied minors from Central America in the Hudson Valley and the school district’s teachers, psychologists and social workers, La Voz reports.
Hispanic parents are satisfied with their experiences as members of the NYC charter schools community, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A Bronx charter school is educating students about the dangers of abusing prescription medication, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A group of Science students in Passaic County Community College are participating in the Minority University Research and Education (MUREP) program by NASA, offering ideas and research on future space programs, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
According to a report on New York City’s school safety, Black and Latino students more likely to be suspended or arrested, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
The Department of Education is planning to broaden and diversify the sex education curriculum after receiving criticism for failing to offer guidance to youths, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A report entitled “New York Perpetuates Educational Inequity” blasts “segregation” in Long Island schools, Noticia LI reports.
The Department of Education is seeking 325 parents of students to fill the Community and Citywide Education Council seats, which are elected every two years, Queens Latino reports.