A Long Island high school student posed as the face of millions of young Americans’ “lost year” for the cover of Time magazine’s April 12 issue.
Over 100 advocacy groups are urging New York state to allow high school seniors struggling to graduate and are at risk of aging out this school year, a chance to earn their degree in the 2021-22 school year, according to a letter sent to New York State Department of Education officials earlier this month.
The New York State Board of Regents voted Monday to cancel all Regents exams for the rest of the year except for four federally mandated exams in English, math, earth science and living environment.
First Central Savings Bank (FCSB) has announced a $2,500 funding grant to sponsor The Long Island Library Resources Council’s Students for Climate Change program in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
This Women’s History Month, invest in children’s books to inspire your own young girls to change the world.
School districts in New York state will still be required to administer standardized tests this year despite the pandemic, but officials are working to waive the exams graduation requirements and cancel some tests altogether.
Hauppauge-based marketing, advertising, digital and public relations agency, Austin Williams, awarded its first “Opportunity Scholarship in Marketing/Communications/New Media” as part of its scholarship program on Feb. 15.
High school graduation rates in New York State rose slightly last year, new data released on Jan. 14 by the State Education Department shows.
This month, February, is Black History Month, a time to honor Black America. And while we do this, it is also an opportunity to educate our children about what it means to be Black and what better way than by learning through literature?
Timothy Sams started the new year with a new role, as president of State University of New York (SUNY) Old Westbury. He talked with the Press about the college and its about 4,800 students, education during a pandemic, the school’s value, and his vision.