Department of Education data obtained by The New York World reveals a stark contrast between a few well-funded PTAs and more than 1,000 other smaller organizations across the city.
At some schools nearly 90 percent of suspensions are long-term, a tool that education experts and advocates have long sought to reform.
‘Close to Home’ effort brings hundreds of detained young people into city schools system, but thousands more remain far from graduation
Newly released study finds Hispanic kids sign up for early childhood education at rates lower than peers
A charged standoff with HUD over housing segregation has cost the county, and the candidate for governor isn’t backing down
Imminent agreement between educators and law enforcement could be model for New York City reform
With stop-and-frisk settled, school policing is target of a continuing lawsuit accusing officers of abuses
Pressure mounts to put the brakes on the controversial school blueprint — but activists have some mighty obstacles in their way
One takeaway after 12 years in the council: ‘Don’t just blame the education system. Who’s at fault? It starts at home with the parents.’