Faiqa Naqvi, a 15-year-old freshman at a New Jersey public high school, logs in to her all-remote classes each night from Pakistan in a time…View More Why Students Are Logging In to Class From 7,000 Miles Away
San Francisco’s Board of Education voted to suspend a plan to rename a third of the city’s public schools, including ones honoring Washington, Jefferson and…View More San Francisco Reverses Plan to Rename Dozens of Public Schools
For years, Susan Parsons said she was told by administrators to remove “controversial” content from the high school yearbook in Wall Township, N.J. Ms. Parsons,…View More $325,000 Settlement for Teacher Over Trump References Removed From Yearbook
To the Editor: Re “A Program Inspires Ivy League Dreams in Disadvantaged Teens” (front page, Feb. 19): I was impressed with the National Education Equity…View More Opinion | Opening Doors for Disadvantaged Students
During a recent forum on education, a moderator asked the crowded field of Democrats running to be New York City’s next mayor a question they…View More New York Schools Are Segregated. Will the Next Mayor Change That?
Erick Ortiz lay in a hospital bed just before Thanksgiving, struggling to breathe. Unable to see his family, he texted his wife, concerned about his…View More A Dying Teacher, Worrying Over Students to His Last Breaths
Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce Friday major changes to the way hundreds of New York City’s selective middle and high schools admit their students,…View More New York City Will Change Many Selective Schools to Address Segregation
BERLIN — When Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the latest round of restrictions on public life, she named bars, restaurants, theaters, concert halls, gyms and tattoo…View More Why Is Europe Keeping Its Schools Open, Despite New Lockdowns?
Just over a quarter of New York City’s public school students have attended any in-person classes since the city’s school system reopened last month, Mayor…View More Only 26% of N.Y.C. Students Attend In-Person Classes, Far From Goal
AMERICUS, Ga. — One mother worked at Habitat for Humanity. The other helped teenagers who had run afoul of the law. Their sons played soccer…View More A Voting Rights Battle in a School Board ‘Coup’
The pandemic has made education a top issue for many voters. But you wouldn’t know that from the candidates’ stump speeches. By Abby Goodnough Communities…View More Parents Are Worried About Schools. Are the Candidates?
Nine students will sit at desks six feet apart in classrooms that used to hold 30 children. Gyms, cafeterias and auditoriums will be largely off-limits.…View More Masks, Floor Decals, Mute Buttons: How Schools Are Scrambling to Open
The union representing New York City’s principals said on Sunday that it had lost confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to reopen schools and…View More Principals Assail N.Y.C. Mayor, Calling for State Takeover of Schools
Teachers are posting videos of the extraordinary energy required keep young learners engaged and amused. By Amelia Nierenberg and Adam Pasick This is the Coronavirus…View More Streaming Kindergarten on TikTok