More than 500 students participated in an emotional Second Annual Long Island DREAMers Conference, Noticia reports.
A new initiative to provide financial support to North Korean refugees in the U.S. was announced at The Korea Society, reports Korea Daily.
Undocumented students finishing high school in New York may access free college programs thanks to a New York City Department of Education campaign, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
A program at City College will allow Mexican students with DACA status to travel to Mexico to visit their families and learn about their country of origin, Diario de México USA reports.
NYC parents are walking to ask the state to release the resources assigned by the court to ensure that all New York schools have the same quality education, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Special pre-K providers for children with disabilities are experiencing a shortage of spaces, Chalkbeat reports.
The Gabriela Mistral Campus in Corona, Queens, is named for the Chilean poet who lived the last years of her life in New York and is the only Latin American women to win a Nobel Prize in literature, reports Queens Latino.
CUNY Professor Nkechi Agwu looks to increase the number of African-American women in STEM fields by teaching about African cultures who utilized mathematical concepts in their everyday lives, reports Amsterdam News.
Parents in NYC who do not speak French tell French Morning why they have enrolled their children in a French dual language program.
In time for the UN General Assembly, murals in Harlem make up part of Not A Crime, a global campaign that strives for education equality for the Bahá’ís, a religious minority in Iran, reports The Uptowner.
Even though a teacher recruitment program for men has yielded results, the percentage of male educators of color in the NYC public school system is still low, reports El Diario/La Prensa.
Korean-language teachers in the U.S. celebrated the release of a book of essays about their experiences, reports Korea Daily.
New York Military Academy, in bankruptcy a year ago, now has not only a new Chinese owner, but also a Chinese-American superintendent, World Journal reports.
The City and CUNY launched the DACA Education Initiative, which will offer classes to help youths meet the immigration relief’s educational requirements and be able to apply, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Ten teens graduated July 22 after taking advantage of a program through the Department of Probation and the Department of Education, reports El Diario/La Prensa.