A new partnership in Albany is aiming for a positive impact on the well-being and education of children in inner-city neighborhoods.
The New York State Library announced an effort to keep kids reading this summer.
New York students won’t see a tuition hike at state colleges next year, but it’s still possible for out-of-state students.
Just last year, New York State started its school receivership program for failing schools, but education advocates say there’s a better way…
Congress is considering new education policy that may cut funding to New York schools.
New York’s new Education Commissioner officially starts her job today.
The New York State Department of Education is releasing instructional reports for third through eighth grade English and math assessments ea…
More than a week after session was scheduled to end, state lawmakers may finally have a deal.
Even though the framework agreement is still kind of blurry, lawmakers believe it’s a done deal by now.
All but two of New York’s nearly 700 school districts have won voter approval for their budgets for next year.
The full board of regents will be voting on two big education issues today; teacher evaluations and failing schools.
Civil rights groups, religious leaders and public school advocates are gathering at the Capitol Monday in opposition of a new education tax …
New York State Police are investigating a series of threatening letters sent to at least six New York female lawmakers.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan and state bishops will be at the Executive Mansion in Albany to meet with lawmakers and talk about education options …
Teacher evaluations and school funding were the hot topics at the state capitol on Wednesday.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said the most recent state budget was the hardest he’s ever had to negotiate given the controversy over education and …