NEW YORK CITY (WABC)- Enrollment in NYC Public Schools continues to trend downward

By Eyewitness News Enrollment in New York City Public Schools is dropping and that could lead to the loss of millions of dollars in funding. The number of enrolled students is down nearly 4% from the 2020-2021 school year, which was down from the year before. That year included the first several months of the pandemic. […]

NY Post: NYC teacher Marquell Singleton allegedly threw student to the ground

By Amanda Woods A Brooklyn teacher has been arrested for throwing a 12-year-old boy to the ground during an argument, cops say.  Marquell Singleton, 30, clashed with the pre-teen student around 12:30 p.m. Saturday at PS 178 Saint Clair Mckelway on Dean Street near Saratoga Avenue in Brownsville, police said.  The pair was arguing, and at […]

NY Post: Teen stabbed outside NYC middle school

By Craig McCarthy and Cayla Bamberger A 14-year-old boy was stabbed Monday outside a Staten Island middle school during a brawl that erupted as school let out, authorities say. The young teen was stabbed in the torso just before 3 p.m. outside IS 49 Berta A. Dreyfus and ran back inside for help, according to police and […]

NY Post: GOP pols calling on NYC to lift school graduation vaccine restrictions for parents

By Rich Calder Republican lawmakers are demanding city health officials allow parents and other guests be allowed to attend public school graduation ceremonies without being forced to produce proof of the jab. “To exclude parents from seeing this milestone in their children’s lives would be yet another unnecessary setback for them to have to suffer,” five […]

NY Post: Another NYC teen threatened to shoot up a Queens school ‘like in Texas’

By Susan Edelman and Dean Balsamini A teen was busted for allegedly threatening to shoot up his Queens high school in the wake of the Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas. “I’m going to shoot the school. Like in Texas. Be ready,” 18-year-old Forest Hills High School student Diego Sarmiento allegedly scrawled on a desk, according […]

Teachers, parents want real discipline as NYC student suspensions fall

By Mary Kay Linge and Kathianne Boniello A progressive push to soften school discipline has caused student suspensions to plummet — and made city classrooms more chaotic and dangerous than ever, parents and teachers charge. Suspensions of five days or more meted out by principals and superintendents plunged more than 42 percent from the fall of 2017 […]

NY Post: 2 kids threaten ‘violence’ and a shooting at separate LI, NYC schools: cops

By Amanda Woods and Joe Marino A 15-year-old boy was busted for allegedly making threats against a Long Island middle school Friday and another shooting threat led to a lockdown in a Manhattan school, authorities said. The teen, whose name was not released, threatened “violence” against Commack Middle School on Vanderbilt Parkway while using Instagram Live on May 31, […]