New COVID-19 School Closure Guidelines

COVID-19 NYC School Guidelines

The Department of Education (DOE) of New York City laid out new COVID-19 school closure guidelines to ensure students, faculty, and staff’s safety, formally replacing the two-case rule last Thursday. On Monday, students in New York City public schools will return to in-person schooling after what is hopefully the final period of COVID-related blanket school […]

NYC to Remove the COVID-19 2-Case Preventative Measure, said Mayor

On Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to remove the NYC two-case rule because of consistent school shutdowns, stirring the academe. Bill de Blasio seeks repeal to reopen schools and says the existing measure made no sense. The new approach remains unclear as it was not discussed in further detail. “We’re working on what […]

NYC Teachers Were Unhappy with Chancellor Carranza

Richard Carranza Resigned

Former Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza’s dissatisfaction percentage rating among New York teachers rose amid the pandemic, results from NYC School Survey showed. Among 52,822 NYC teachers, Carranza’s dissatisfaction rating was recorded 25 percent, up by eight percentage points from 17 percent in the preceding academic year. The satisfaction rating was only 49 percent, while 25 […]

NYC High Schools Reopened on March 22, 2021

High Schools in Staten Island and the rest of New York City returned to face-to-face class on March 22, imposing various school health protocols to students during COVID-19. Half of NYC high schools can return to their normal system of learning on March 22. Approximately 55,000 students who chose face-to-face learning are back to the […]

9th Grade SHSAT

What’s on the 9th Grade SHSAT? 9th Grade SHSAT different from the 8th grade SHSAT. It is more competitive than the 8th grade SHSAT since there are a lot less spots available in the schools. As a result, you’ll need to aim for a higher score on the 9th grade test than the 8th grade […]

Best Advice for New Teachers

Being a teacher is hard work, and it can be incredibly stressful, especially for new teachers. From teachers we have spoken with, we’ve found that the first year is typically the hardest. So, we’ve asked experienced teachers to share their best advice for teachers who are just starting out. Thank to the great community of […]

How to Prepare for the SAT

The SAT is a test that is on the minds or parents and their children from about the time the kid graduates junior high school. As a result, some parents start preparing their kids at an early age. There are many different conflicting pieces of information regarding when and how to best prepare for the […]

Columbia University Acceptance Rate

Columbia University is an independent, non-sectarian institution of higher education. Founded in 1754, it is a private Ivy League school located in the city of New York. The school, established on the grounds of Trinity Church in Manhattan, serves as the oldest university in the state. It’s also the fifth-oldest institution of higher learning in […]

Harvard University Acceptance Rate

Harvard University is a private Ivy League school located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Founded in 1636, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. The school is named after its first benefactor: John Harvard. It is the most selective university in the nation, and it often tops the rankings of the best […]

Princeton University Acceptance Rate

Princeton University is a private research university in Princeton, New Jersey. Established in 1746, it is home to a diverse, dynamic community of intellectuals who pursue their passions with unmatched fervor. The Ivy League school is a well-known, major research institution. As a liberal arts college, it’s one of the most respected learning centers around […]