Building strong reading and writing skills at a young age can help set your child up for academic success later in life.
Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, only four out of 10 elementary and middle school-aged children in New York took state math or English assessments this past spring.
While some students may pursue a degree based on a particular passion, others may choose majors that can lead to high-paying jobs.
Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) is urging President Joe Biden to reform immigration policies and provide extra funds to Long Island for the education of unaccompanied minors who have fled their home countries.
The New York State Department of Education is launching a pilot program to study new ways to change high school diploma requirements including using performance-based assessments instead of Regents examinations.
The debate over whether children should be required to wear masks in schools has spilled over from school district board meetings and classrooms to the courtroom.
Some students may be a little anxious as they prepare to return to campus this fall. Here are some ways to make that transition go smoothly.
Gov. Kathy Hochul is stepping up the state’s efforts to hire school bus drivers to tackle a national shortage of operators related to the Covid-19 pandemic as kids return to in-person classes.